This species was intercepted at U. S. ports-of-entry 12 times between 1995 and 2012, with specimens originating from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras and Mexico. We also have examined specimens taken in quarantine from Mexico (Litchi, Persea). ScaleNet lists hosts in 11 plant families. It is most commonly intercepted on rambutan (Nephelium, Sapindaceae-Soapberry family) and avocados. ScaleNet distribution records for N. jonmartini include Mexico in the Nearctic zoogeographic region, and Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Panama and Venezuela in the Neotropical region. Several species of Nipeaecoccus other than N. annonae Williams & Granara de Willink, N. jonmartini, N. nipae (Maskell) and N. viridis (Newstead) have been taken at U. S. ports-of-entry including: N. ericicola (Maskell) (Australia, on Callistemon); N. filamentosus (Cockerell) (Puerto Rico, on Bucida); N. filicis Williams & Granara De Willink (Mexico, on unidentified plant); and N. gilli Williams and Granara de Willink (Costa Rica, on Areca; Mexico, on Dieffenbachia).