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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.  

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 »

Reef Tank Photo Contest

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Posted On: May 2, 2017

Pisces Reef Fish Emporium of Las Vegas, NV will also be having several photo contest within the next few months. The categories will be changing. The category will be announced 2 weeks 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… Read more »

Coupons! Coupons!! Coupons!!!

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Posted On: April 23, 2017

Pisces Reef is your one-stop-fish-shop for all your freshwater & saltwater needs. Besides livestock, we also carry a wide selection of aquariums, pumps, filtration systems, livestock food, aquarium accessories, and so much more. Pisces Reef Fish Emporium is the #1 fish store in town, and we invite you to see why! Just print the coupon… Read more »

Differentiating Between Sexes – Livebearers

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Posted On: April 22, 2017

Depending of the species of fish, determining the sex of a fish can be quite easy or almost impossible. Determining the sex of the fish in your aquarium isn’t just important for breeding, but it can be important for determining the balance needed for your community aquarium as well. Live bearing fish are among the… Read more »

Fish of the Month – Goldfish

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The goldfish is a freshwater fish. It was one of the earliest fish to be kept in and aquarium, and it is one of the most commonly kept aquarium fish. Goldfish are hardy fish that can survive a wide range of water conditions. These little guys prefer cooler temperatures. They are not tropical fish. They… Read more »