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Discus on Long Island

Hello Discus lovers,
We are Tropical Island Aquarium, an aquarium retail store located in 2112 Deer Park Ave, Deer Park, NY. We always carry high quality discus, and we have lots of great discus came in this week !!

We would like to invite everyone to stop by, whether it's to shop, ask advice, or just to say hello.

Tel 631-667-0795
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-12-2015, 12:45 AM
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Who are your discus supplier(s) ?
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Surprised that I've never even heard of this place? How long have you been in business?

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Any freshwater plants in stock?


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Why don't you get the plants from Gordon?
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I stopped by this place. Dont sell plants and they are 90% saltwater. Not much of a selection for freshwater people.
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I stopped by this place. Dont sell plants and they are 90% saltwater. Not much of a selection for freshwater people.

Thanks for the report! Are there any places in Long Island that are somewhat the same level as Monster Aquarium?


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Pets warehouse on Glen Cove road, has a large selection of plants and pretty much everything else, but $$$
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Thanks for the report! Are there any places in Long Island that are somewhat the same level as Monster Aquarium?
If you're willing to drive out deep into LI, Aqua Hut out in Coram is the spot to go to.

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Pets warehouse on Glen Cove road, has a large selection of plants and pretty much everything else, but $$$
As does the pets warehouse in copiague and I believe they recently opened another location further east (not their selden store which is just dry goods if I recall).

Other decent spots to check include Caribbean Blue Aquarium out in bayshore and BTJs jungle in West Islip.
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Def will be checking out Pets Warehouse next time I'm in LI. Aqua Hut seems way out for me.


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