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Orange County Aquarium Supplies
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Orange County Aquarium Supplies

Address: 33852 Del Obispo St, Dana Point, California, 92629

Phone number: 949-429-8034

Hard to find saltwater aquarium supply. 25 years of experience. We'll help you get the right products for your pet fish.

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Arenac Lanes

Address: 447 S Main St, Standish, Michigan, 48658

Phone number: 989-846-9221

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AE Tech

Address: 15 Short Court, Poughquag, New York, 12570

Phone number: 845-227-2812

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Marine Depot

Address: 14271 Corporate Drive, Garden Grove, California, 92843

Phone number: 714-385-0080

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Pet Supplies Plus

Address: 5230 S Westnedge Ave, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 49002

Phone number: 269-341-9252

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Aquarium Guys

Address: 129 South Tree Dr, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17603

Phone number: 877-717-9922

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Aqua Plex Products Inc.

Address: 6724 Preston Ave, Suite B, Livermore, California, 94551

Phone number: 510-487-1333

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Marine and Reef

Address: 1536 W Todd A102, Tempe, Arizona, 85283

Phone number: 877-878-9349

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Captive Reef

Address: 811 Inkster Rd, Garden City, Michigan, 48135

Phone number: 734-261-9392

The Planted Aquarium Store
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The Planted Aquarium Store

Address: 3230 NE, 12 Ave, Oakland Park, Florida, 33334

Phone number: 954-990-8871

We are South Florida's only freshwater planted aquarium specialty shop. We carry a full line of cutting edge aquarium products from USA, Europe and Asia. We also carry freshwater tropical fish.

User Submitted Tips

  • Our family fish recently died, after what I fear was the wrong temperature of the water. Seeing both Chewy and Davie Jones floating at the top of the tank the day after changing their water was devastating for my five year old. So, I really wanted to pay special attention to the aquarium equipment that I was using for our next round of fish. I bought a temperature gauge to place in the tank. I also bought a new heater, air pump, and light. The pet store told me that fluorescent lights are better for the fish, especially if they are tropical fish. I hadn't realized it, but sunlight actually causes algae to grow. The pet store also told me that my tap water has chemicals in it that could have killed my fish. So, I bought water conditioners and treatments for our new fish. I'm hoping these new equipment additions will keep the new fish alive a bit longer than the last two!
  • My son wanted a fish aquarium for his birthday. When I walked into the aquarium shop, I was overwhelmed. There were so many choices! Do I get a saltwater aquarium or fresh water aquarium? Should I get glass or acrylic? What size aquarium do I purchase? What kind of fish, tropical or cold water? Well, to begin, I purchased an acrylic aquarium. These aquariums come in all shapes and sizes. They are stronger, lightweight, and less likely to crack or chip. Also, since I went with a tropical fish, the acrylic aquarium seemed to be a better choice since they insulate the water more. I wanted to get a couple of fish so I went with a medium sized elongated aquarium. This gave the fish plenty of room to swim. Choosing the right fish was also a challenge. Some fish are more aggressive than others. Therefore, when choosing the fish, I needed to make sure they would get along okay in the tank. After doing some research and asking lots of questions, my son and his fish are very happy!
  • It's a right off bad start to buy shanty chemicals for the ole Aquarium. Straight down it's important to spend the clams and be bold, not some pinch wit tight pocket. My best advice is take a branch off the tree and use the correct tool for the job. Don't use some blokes modified version of the actual item need to keep up on the Aquarium. Do some fine tuned research before you buy the whole load. It can be a real tough fight to keep your lovely aquarium that boasts the cleanest tub for your fishes.
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