Presence elsewhere: United States of America, Egypt, Turkey, England, Denmark, The Netherlands, Portugal, Austria, Bulgaria, Libya, India, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Germany, Italy, Sicily, Cyprus, Lebanon, Algeria, Israel, Afghanistan, Georgia, USSR, Crimea, Transcaucasia and Soviet Central Asia (USDA-APHIS 2000b)
Rhynchites auratus (Scopoli, 1763)
Curculio auratus Scopoli, 1763;
Epirhynchites auratus (Scopoli, 1763).
Korean pear weevil, apricot weevil, pear attelabid.
Malus (apple), Prunus avium (cherry) (Booth et al. 1990; CAB International 2008; Korchagin 1987; Kutinkova and Andreev 2004; Zaitsev 1984), Prunus domestica (plum) (Booth et al. 1990), Prunus padus (Leather 1996), Prunus spinosa (blackthorn) (INRA 2006), Pyrus (pear) (Bashkatova et al. 1983).
Presence in Australia: no record found.
Presence in China: Xinjiang (AQSIQ 2008; Su and Sun 1999).
Presence elsewhere: Bulgaria (Kutinkova and Andreev 2004), Former USSR (CAB International 2008), Italy (unconfirmed) (CAB International 2008), Siberia (Bashkatova et al. 1983; Booth et al. 1990), United Kingdom (Leather 1996).
Presence in Australia: New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria (Ben-Dov 2005a), but not in Western Australia (Poole 2008).
Presence in China: Taiwan and southeastern parts of China (AQSIQ 2008; Tang 1992). Pseudococcus gahani, a synonym of P. calceolariae, was reported in southern and northern China, including Hebei and Henan provinces (Wang 1985).
Presence elsewhere: Africa, Asia, Europe, New Zealand, North and South America (Ben-Dov 2005a).