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We have moved!!!

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Posted On: December 21, 2017

Pisces Reef has moved! We are located near the corner of Tropicana Avenue and Hualapai Way in the Sienna Town Center Plaza – west of the I – 215. 10080 W. Tropicana Ave. Suite 166 Las Vegas, NV 89147.

Under Construction

Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, NV is moving to a new location -10080 West Tropicana Avenue Suite 166, Las Vegas, NV 89147
Posted On: December 12, 2017

Pisces Reef will remain closed today and tomorrow as we complete our move. Sorry for any inconvenience. Thank you for you patience!

Pisces Reef is Moving!!!

Posted On: December 3, 2017

Valued customers and friends, As many of you have seen over recent months we have been making a lot of changes at Pisces Reef.¬†Among the changes that we are excited to announce is that we are moving the business. The store will be closed Monday, December 4 until Monday, December 11. We know how much… Read more »

Flash Sale!!!

Posted On: December 2, 2017

Pisces Reef is getting ready to move, and we need you help. To prepare us for our move we are marking all fish saltwater and freshwater including plants and corals %40 off plus 50% off select food and decor. This sale is Friday and Saturday, but only while supplies are limited.

PRE- Black Friday Sale

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Posted On: November 17, 2017

Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas will be having a pre – Black Friday sale November 18-19. Shop Early and Save on Special Inventory Items while Supplies Last.  

Happy Veteran’s Day 2017!

Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, NV would like to say Happy Veteran's Day and thank you!
Posted On: November 10, 2017

Pisces Reef of Las Vegas would like to wish everyone a Happy Veteran’s Day! In honor of Veteran’s Day we would like to offer 25% off your entire purchase to U.S. Military and Veterans and Police, Fire, and and Vegas Strong First Responders all weekend long, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. This is OUR small way… Read more »

Freshwater Tank Photo Contest!

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Posted On: October 11, 2017

Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, NV will be having several photo contests within the next few months. The categories will be changing. The category will be announced prior to us accepting applications/photos to help you get your tank it top shape. We will be accepting applications/photos for 30 days. We will let you… Read more »

Why all freshwater fish need live plants for a happy, healthy life

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Freshwater aquariums usually include plants. Live plants are essential to a well balanced aquarium. They provide a more natural habitat for fish, and offer benefits that cannot be duplicated by artificial plants. Live plants grow and respire. During daylight hours, they take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen. Keep in mind that at night… Read more »

Plant of the Month – Amazon Sword Plant

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The Amazon Sword plant is a freshwater plant. It is easy to care for making it pretty popular around fish hobbyists. It will thrive in tropical set ups with a temperature of 72-82 degrees Fahrenheit. Amazon Swords do not do well in very cold temperatures, so it is not suitable for ponds. The leaves of… Read more »

Feeding your corals

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Just like anything else live in your tank, it is important to feed your coral. Research the nutritional and dietary needs of your aquarium coral. In their natural habitat, corals eat plankton. Feeding corals will often accelerate their growth. But just as with fish, it is possible to over feed corals. You must keep in… Read more »