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Foxface

Foxface Rabbitfish - Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada
Posted On: January 24, 2019

The Foxface is an extremely popular species of saltwater fish belonging to the rabbitfish family. Their peaceful temperament makes them an excellent addition to any community tank. Use caution when handling, it has venomous dorsal and anal spines that can inflict a painful sting. These spines can be raised to fight off aggressive tank mates…. Read more »

Archer Fish

Archer Fish - Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada
Posted On: January 12, 2019

Archer Fish are known for preying on bugs by shooting them down with water droplets from their specialized mouths. Their name mirrors its ability to take down its food both underwater and above the water by spitting an “arch” of water at it. Once a tasty bug is directly above it, it will shoot a… Read more »

Ropefish

Ropefish - Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada
Posted On: January 5, 2019

Ropefish also known as reedfish or snakefish are a freshwater fish species that belong to the bichir fish family. It is a fascinating and primitive fish from its appearance to its behavior. Its name alone says a lot about its appearance. They prefer large aquariums with plenty of hiding places, but also need open spaces… Read more »

Blueface Angelfish

Blueface Angelfish - Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada
Posted On: December 31, 2018

The Blueface Angelfish is a gorgeous fish. It is one of the most beautiful angelfish species available. All in all, this colorful, highly contrasted beauty will be the centerpiece in any saltwater aquarium. The Blueface Angelfish will need to be paid attention to thrive in its home, and Pisces Reef is here to help. A… Read more »

Scopas Tang

Scopas Tang - Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada
Posted On: December 19, 2018

The Scopas Tang is a species of surgeonfish. Surgeonfish are among the most popular saltwater aquarium fish in the trade. The Scopas Tang’s long snout gives them an advantage when foraging, as they can get at algae growing in reef cracks and crevices that are unavailable to other surgeonfish. It is also known as the… Read more »

Happy Thanksging – Save Your Green Friday!

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Posted On: November 22, 2018

Instead of Black Friday, we decided to make it “Save Your 💵 Friday!” For all of our valued long-time clients and those new hobbyist, Pisces Reef Fish Emporium will be offering a buy one get one 50% off livestock sale. This livestock sale is buy one at regular price and get the second of equal… Read more »

Tahitian Maxima Clam

Tahitian Maxima Clam - Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada
Posted On: November 19, 2018

Tahitian Maxima Clams are also known as the Small Giant Clam. Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada knows these clams are known for their vibrant colors and unique patterns which make them so popular in the trade. They would make great additions to any tank. Tahitian Maxima Clams are all born male and… Read more »

Happy Veteran’s Day

Posted On: November 12, 2018

We cannot say thank you enough to our U.S. Military, Veterans, Police Officers, Firefighters & Vegas Strong First Responders. Your efforts and sacrifices don’t go unnoticed. You are truly appreciated! And in honor of Veteran’s Day, on November 12, we are offering 25% off your entire purchase excluding tanks, stands & lighting sets. U.S. Military… Read more »

Mother Blenny

Mother Blenny - Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada
Posted On: November 6, 2018

The Mother Blenny is a rare find in this trade, Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, Nevada has one of these unique guys. The Mother Blenny is also referred to as the Fingered Dragonet and Mother Sailfin Dragonet. A larger reef aquarium that has live sand substrate, docile inhabitants, and lots of live rock… Read more »