This species was intercepted at U. S. ports-of-entry 13 times between 1995 and 2012, with specimens originating from Ghana, The Netherlands, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. We also have examined specimens taken in quarantine from The Netherlands (Leucodendron); Zimbabwe (Leucodendron). ScaleNet lists only one host, European crab apple, on which it is also most commonly intercepted. ScaleNet distribution records for V. viator include only Kenya. Several other species of Vryburgia other than V. amaryllidis (Bouché), V. distincta (De Lotto), V. succulentarum Williams and V. viator have been taken at U. S. ports-of-entry including: V. bechuanae (Brain) (South Africa, on “flower"); V. brevicruris McKenzie (The United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland, on Haworthia; South Africa, on Protea); V. rimariae Tranfaglia (Italy and New Zealand, on Echeveria); V. pretiosa Ferris (Burma, China, Cuba, and The Philippines, on bamboo); and V. trionymoides (De Lotto) (South Africa, on Euphorbia).