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Aquarium and Pond Sales and Service for all of Yavapai and Coconino Counties, Arizona

No job is too big or too small! Let us take care of the design, installation, repair and maintenance of your ponds and aquariums.


Best Selling Products

Ecotech Marine

Vortech MP10QD


FLOW UNCOMPROMISED In an aquarium, having the right amount of flow is crucial to the health of the ecosystem. With VorTech QuietDrive choosing the correct water circulation equipment has never been easier. VorTech pumps are designed by aquarists to be the gold standard for providing flow in marine aquariums. When it comes to broad yet gentle flow, the VorTech design is unmatched. [...]


Arizona Blond Tarantula Temperment/Handling- Docile. As with all creatures, caution should be taken when handling. This Spider does have the ability to shoot its hairs. Native Environment -Dry desert and scrub-lands Lifespan- Females live up to 30 years and Males living up to 10 years Enclosure- We recommend the ZooMed Creatures enclosures for these spiders [...]


Grammostola Pulchripes


  FEATURES • Easy Mounting Solutions to Tank or Ceiling with the RMS and Rail System • iPhone and Android app control via ReefLink • Freshwater optiimised spectrum • Custom Schedules and Templates SPECS • 23 energy-efficient LEDs • 5 Color Channels • Max Wattage: 95W • HEI Optics • Dimensions: 7” x 7” x [...]


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ReefLink provides completely wireless access to the world of EcoSmart Live, the web-based aquarium command center from EcoTech Marine. ReefLink enables a continuous real-time connection with EcoTech equipment via Control EcoTech reef aquarium equipment from your computer or tablet — anywhere, any time. ReefLink is easy to set up. Just place the ReefLink anywhere within range of your WiFi [...]


Neptune’s Paradise Reeces


Stock frag with be 3/4″-1″ open Photo taken under Radion AB+

Lasiodora Parahybana 4″ The Salmon Pink is a larger  tarantula averaging 8″-11″ as adults, with males being much larger, but females being heavier. Due to their size, this tarantula should not be housed in tall enclosures. Should this tarantula climb to high and fall, they could become injured or die.