| Laccotrephes, True bugs, Nepidae, Laccotrephes japonensis, Nepa|
Laccotrephes pfeiferiae is a species of water scorpion belonging to the family Nepidae. It was until 1999 considered synonym of Laccotrephes robustus; records of L. robustus outside the Philippines refer to this species.
Laccotrephes pfeiferiae Wikipedia
Laccotrephes pfeiferiae can reach a length of about 45–50 millimetres (1.8–2.0 in). Body color varies from brown to dark brown. A breathing tube, up to 32–35 millimetres (1.3–1.4 in), located at the end of an elongated abdomen, can be kept out of the water to breathe.
This species can be found in Myanmar, Thailand, West Malaysia, Indonesia (Sumatra, Java), southern China, and Taiwan.