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  1. makingfilms

    a simple evo

    Hi This is my very simple nano tank. The Tank has been up for about 1.5 years. The rock and some coral is actually much older from my original tank first established in 2014. I had a larger sps/lps dominant tank but at the beginning of 2017 I moved to a smaller apartment(closer to the beach). I was hoping to revive my 50, but My wife and I also had a baby last September, so I have been selling off my higher end equipment and dumping the idea of upgrading anytime soon. Tank is a Fluval evo 13 Filtration: Intank media basket for chamber 1 Filter floss Chemipure blue (changed once a month) Seachem Matrix 250ml in a bag at the bottom of chamber 2 apporx 2.5 pounds sand about 5 pounds live rock Circulation: Lifeguard aquatics quietone pro 800 pump I have no wave maker on this tank. I do not like the look of the waverers in this tank it is too big. The pump i have is rated at 240gph which is sufficient for my needs. Lights: Nanobox duo +m I had a mini as well but I got a good deal from another nano box member and i find it has much better coverage on the evo than the mini. Probably over kill. Contoller: Apex Jr with ph probe and fish feeder
  2. NanoAaron

    New BTA only tank

    Hi Fellow Reefers! Long time listener first time caller here... I have been reading about you guys and your awesome tanks for over a year now! I started out with an evo13.5, then upgraded to an RSM130d, then recently downgraded back to an eco13.5! My last tank was a beautiful LPS dominated tank, but life has changed recently and I had to downsize tanks to reduce the maintenance regime and not have to spend as much time tinkering. That brings us to my current tank setup! I had never done a bare bottom tank before, and I like the idea of not having a sanded to have to vacuum all the time and I also like the clean minimalist look of it. About a month into this tank being setup now and gotta say, not sure if I could go back to having a sand bed again! I had researched quite a bit looking for an example of a nano-tank that was nems-only, or BTA only, but couldn't find any! So I decided to go ahead and try my luck. I started with a large piece of LR from my RSM tank that had 7 BTA's on it already. Sucked out the water from that tank and tossed in the rock! So far, with me being able to focus solely on the BTA's and keep up with a good feeding schedule, they are really thriving in this smaller tank. Here is a quick equipment list: Tank: Fluval Evo 13.5 Flow: Aquamai KPS Pump: Stock Light: Current Orbit Marine Pro ATO: Tunze Heater: Fluval 50watt Filtration: Stock foam block with bio balls and bag of purigen Extra Filtration: Small media reactor running carbon Lid: DIY lid cut out of diffuser material Livestock: 7 rainbow BTA's 2 ocellaris clowns 6 or 7 assorted snails I had originally bought the small reactor off amazon along with a spool of LED lights with the intention of making an algae reactor... But after reading horror stories of the reactor tube cracking due to heat from lights, I have yet to pull the trigger on it... In the mean time, running carbon in the media reactor has really worked well! I have never cleaned the glass yet due to algae and my water is crystal clear! I do a 4 gal W/C every week too. Anyways I just wanted to share what I was up to and get some of your feedback! Is there anything you see that I could improve? Are there any suggestions you guys may have? I humbly open up my n00by setup to your judgement and advice! Thanks for looking!
  3. Mike P

    Fish for my Evo 12

    I was wondering if a Royal Gramma Basslet would be okay in the Evo 12? The only other fish I currently have is a shark nose goby and I plan on purchasing a court jester goby. I’m really looking for an a more active fish other then a clown or firefish.
  4. Wondering on recommendations on a pump for my fluval evo12. I have been looking at eco tech mp10 and the Aqamai kps
  5. Jaybaum

    Fluval Epoxy questions

    Hey guys I was wondering if the fluval epoxy will stay this "minty" green color forever? If so is there a marine safe paint i can use so its not so obvious???
  6. I have a small rimless cube tank for sale, has some scratches; cube's dimensions are ~18x18x18, not drilled, black silicone. I don't have the time to drill it and add an external overflow or as I was planning, use it as a refugium or RODI reservoir for a sytem I'm slowly putting together so letting it go. $50 local pick up in San Francisco CA. Second is a 5 gallon Fluval SpecV peninsula style, also glass; has the stock LED light $50, also local pick up only. I'll try to get some pictures later in the day.
  7. StevieGF

    HOB refugium for fluval evo 13.5

    I want to put a fuge on my 13.5 evo. I am not sure the glass can stand the weight of the hog about 2 gallon capacity. Any suggestion or thoughts
  8. StephDaReefer

    Huge mistake made! Please help!

    So I made the biggest mistake ever, please help. It’s actually a couple of mistakes. So I recently upgraded my fluval evo 13.5 stock light to a kessil a80 tuna blue. I had no idea what settings I should do, I had the intensity at around 60% and color at 40%. Then an lfs employee said I should start at the dimmest setting and gradually go up from there but for almost a day the intensity was way up and my corals did not like it and we’re semi closed up. I then got a timer for the light that same night which works fine however I accidentally unplugged my heater and didn’t notice because it was around night time, I went to bed and woke up to the tank being at 70 degrees. I immediately turned the heater back on and added another small 10w heater to help turn the temp up faster but it took about 6 hours for the temp to go back to 78%. During the day my corals got worse and worse and now they’re completely closed up and looking horrible. My firefish was swimming really low in the afternoon then I came home from work in the evening and saw my emerald crab eating him, R.I.P. My nasaurius snail is now hanging out on top of a rock instead of in the sand bed. I’m not sure if the sandbed got really cold and affected the firefish and the nasarius snail. I’m not sure what to do now, should I just wait it out? Is the new light maybe upsetting the corals? I’m worried this mistake is now causing my tank to completely crash to the point of no return. btw I checked all my water parameters and they’re fine salinity: 1.024 ammonia: 0 nitrites: 0 nitrates: 5 ppm (just did a water change 2 days ago.) ph: 7.8 phosphates: 0 calcium: 420 if you have any advice please leave a comment. And before anyone comments saying I should have a controller for everything. I’m on a college budget which is all spent on my tank. I wish I can afford all that good stuff but I’m working with what I got. Thanks in advance!
  9. philthymcnasty

    Fluval Spec V Reef Tank

    HI all, I was gifted a couple of Fluval Spec V tanks and I would like to make one a nano reef. I used to keep a marine tank 20+ years also with some soft coral and mushrooms. As of right now the tank is on it's first week of cycling. I'm using IO Reef Crystals, dry rock and 20 year old crushed coral. :-) I'm using the built in filter that came with the Spec and a Finnex light (for now). I will probably replace that with a PAR38 bulb. I have a refractometer, Chemi Pureblue. I'll probably will do software corals and zoas in this tank unless you folks think I should do something different because of the size. Suggestions for corals is greatly appreciated. What are some other things I should get besides the following. Marine/Reef test kits. No skimmer - just weekly water changes (thoughts on this?) Heater (have this already) Water circulation pump (recommendations needed) Lastly I just started looking at BRS 52 weeks of reefing videos. Great stuff! Thanks.
  10. My tank was started on 8/30/17. I kept the stock light, filter media and pump and added Fluval's PS2 mini protein skimmer. I used 10 pounds of Caribsea Fiji pink live reef sand and approximately 13 pounds of dry rock. Threw some fish food in there to decompose and lots of aquavitro seed to start the biofilter up and cure my rock. After my nitrates started rising and ammonia and nitrite fell I did a large water change with seachem prime and more bacteria and added my first fish, a little ocellaris. It's been four days, he is doing great, swimming all over and eating everything put in the tank. Excited to see how this turns out A few more pics. I can't figure out how to take a good picture with the blue lights on on this iPhone
  11. Lugmos12

    Fluval Evo 13.5g hood

    i'm really frustrated with the hood on my tank. it's a pain to clean since both parts of the hood have to come off at the same time. I'm wondering how much evaporation will happen if I keep the smaller portion of the hood off at all times. Any thoughts?
  12. About 6 months ago I joined this forum and started a IM Lagoon 25 as my first ever fish tank and posted an aquarium journal but never really got into the habit of updating the post. With that said, I ended up moving into a smaller apartment a couple weeks ago and I chose to downsize my tank and sell off some of my livestock, corals, and equipment because I may be moving again next year. I plan on being much more active in posting updates as well as on the forum in general. So without further ado... here's my new Fluval Evo 13.5: Equipment: Livestock: Pictures: Thanks for looking!
  13. Mike P

    Hair algae help

    I’m getting a hair algae outbreak and was wondering on some suggestions. I am running a stock evo 12 and do weekly water changes of about 20%. My snails are getting covers in it and it’s also on my GSP. I have cleaned it off the GSP but it keeps coming back.
  14. Hello all, just a quick intro... I have been keeping aquariums (planted, fowlr, reef, etc.) For over 16 years now and took a little break from saltwater to have some kids. Now that my babies are all in school and I have free time again, I am back in the game. I got rid of my 36 gallon Amazon biope angel tank and made way for a Fluval Evo 13.5 which is chugging away nicely. I am now getting ready to crack into my Fluval Flex 9 Gallon that has been sitting in it's box for months now. I already have one set up as an aquatic frog terrarium for one of my kids so I was able to get a good idea of the pros and cons.  One thing I do like about it is that there is much more room in the rear compartment to fit my hand in, this is compared to the Fluval Evo 13.5 gallon tank. It also has an intake lower down on the back wall, so far down it's almost at the bottom. This is in partnership with the normal intake/overflow area up top on the back wall.  One thing I don't like, is the flow and the stock pump. They have got to go, they simply won't provide the flow needed for a reef tank. Thankfully, I have the pump from the Fluval Evo 13.5 that was upgraded to a Sicce .5 so I'll see if that fits and does the trick.  So, I'm thinking of going bare bottom, only a little rock work, changing out the filtration in the back (nobody likes those dang sponges Fluval keeps putting in there), and maybe getting a new LED light kit from somewhere like Nano Box. I think I can open up the top and take out the stock LEDs and put in some better ones, I would like to keep the hood.  The main goal is to have a decent pico sps reef with maybe a shrimp/goby pair. I don't necessarily care what kind of fish go in, so any suggestions or ideas are welcome.  Wish me luck!!  Here are a couple of pics of the Fluval Flex 9 Gallon Frog tank. You can see the top and bottom intake. Pretty cool Second pic Â
  15. paul200299

    Biota Aquariums

    Hello I was wondering any opinions on the Biota Aquarium. The biota aquarium is a saltwater kit that includes fish and optional coral. If anyone of you guys have one can you please tell me how you like it pros/cons of each plz? Thank you https://biotaaquariums.com/
  16. So I picked up an Evo 5 while I was out picking up a spec III for my girlfriend this weekend. This is my first attempt at saltwater and a reef so bare with me. I am already in the progress of putting together a 40g breeder as well but I haven't gotten around to cutting the bean animal overflow yet. But back to the Evo, I created this thread to track my progress and share my experiences. Any ideas, suggestions or comments are extremely welcome. I am currently going to run the evo stock until I see that upgrades are necessary for what I am wanting. FULL TANK SHOTS April 2017 February 2017 TANK SPECIFICATIONS Started: 2/27/2017 TANK - Fluval Evo 5 AIO EQUIPMENT - Hydor Theo Heater (50W) - Digital thermometer - BRS value plus rodi unit (purchased for use with 40g) - Instant Ocean Reef Crystals - inTank Media Basket - Jebao SW-2 DC Powerhead/Wavemaker LIGHTING - Nanobox Tide Plus M FILTRATION - inTank Media Basket Filled from top to bottom: Filter Pad/Floss Carbon Chemi-pure Elite Blue (nano) Biomax - Live Rock - Live Sand FEEDING - Frozen Mysis: twice a week - Reef Chili: target feeding once a week MAINTENANCE - Water Changes: 15-25% bi-weekly - Evaporation Control: RO/DI manually - Cleaning: Bi-Weekly sand bed vacuuming, live rock blasting with a turkey baster. Break down/cleaning of return pump, heater, powerhead every other month. POSSIBLE UPGRADES - Aqueon 600 to replace stock pump Was too loud, going to try to 'break it in' - Hydor Rotating Deflector Unless the Aqueon Quiets down I will not use this (would decrease stock flow too much) - Lighting (either Current USA Oribt or TrueLumen Aquatic LED Strips as an addition) Nanobox Tide Plus M - Hydor 240 / Hydor 180 / Jebao SW-2 / MP10 (dreaming) Went with the Jebao SW-2, it's awesome - Custom built media basket (egg crates) Went with the inTank model as it is really clean looking and I was lazy TANK INHABITANTS CORALS Green Florida Ricordea March 5th, 2017 Reefwise Duncan March 12th, 2017 Reefwise Orange Florida Ricordea April 30th, 2017 Reefwise Favia (Brain) April 30th, 2017 Reefwise INVERTEBRATES (1) Nerite Snails March 19th, 2017 Petland Aquatics (1) Astrea Snail March 26th, 2017 Petland Aquatics DECEASED (2) Nerite Snails March 19th, 2017 - Unknown Petland Aquatics Lost 1 to Pistol Shrimp March 29th, 2017 (2) Astrea Snail March 26th, 2017 - Unknown Petland Aquatics Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp March 19th, 2017 - Unknown Petland Aquatics 'Bam Bam' Zoanthids March 12, 2017 - Unknown Reefwise Randall's Pistol Shrimp (Candy Cane) March 5th, 2017 - October 30th, 2017 Reefwise
  17. aerotiy

    Nighttime Evo views

  18. ZyleZuin

    Zyle's Evo Build

    Hi all, Quick background, I got into the hobby years ago with my first tank being an original Red Sea Max 130L. I eventually added on a 90g cichlid and an Innovative Marine Nuvo. Due to renting and regularly moving, I decided to get out of the hobby and take a break, selling all aquarium related supplies. That was 2 years ago and I decided to get my toe back into the water with a simple Fluval Evo 13.5g tank. I don't want to get sucked too heavily back into the hobby so I'm going to try and move slowly and avoid expensive upgrades if I can help it. CURRENT BUILD: Tank: Fluval Evo 13.5g Heater: Cobalt Aquatics Neo-Therm 50w Skimmer: Fluval PS2 Return Pump: Cobalt Aquatics Mini MJ 606 Filtration: Stock Fluval Foam Block, Ceramic Balls, and carbon bag Light: Stock Fluval Evo 13.5g LED light Testing Kit: Red Sea Marine Test Kit Fluval Evo 13.5g Selection: I chose this tank primarily on price and aesthetics. For $150 and Amazon Prime eligible, it is a very accessible tank including a powerful light, pump, and filter. Even if I end up replacing these items, they would serve as nice backups that are designed to work with the tank. Nothing like realizing a power head broke and not finding one locally that will fit your tank. And compared to some of the other tanks in its weight class I liked the overall looks with the base being smaller than the tank giving it nice depth and modern look. I also liked that it is a peninsula tank which I feel makes a bigger statement for nano sized aquariums than a cube. Unboxing: Despite Amazon losing track of my aquarium in transit and having to send a replacement, the Evo got here just fine. The outer box was a little bruised, but there were foam supports around the inner box which actually had a third (retail) box inside it. More foam and then the tank itself. Not indestructible, but I felt fine having amazon ship these around. Everything goes together like you'd think it would out of the box. Be careful snapping off the tabs on the lid for the cables. They did not come off easily for me and I actually snapped the lid close to the skimmer corner. A little super glue and you'd never know. My return pump hose was actually a little shorter than I'd like and as you'll see later needed to be longer after replacing the return pump. I wish the hood was machined a little more precisely. Where the two pieces come together isn't perfectly flush and annoys me. I think the light and hood are honestly just fine, but wouldn't be surprised if that was the first major upgrade I do (hopefully not for a while) and I don't have any compelling reason to mess with it just yet. Equipment: I picked up the M50 heater and PS2 skimmer to round out the equipment, having read some stories online I was a little nervous about the heater fitting or the need of a skimmer in this size tank, but my OCD won out and I wanted matching brand equipment. Well as everyone has more or less stated, the Fluval M50 (50 watt) heater does not fit in the third chamber with the return pump despite being marketed and pictured to do so. Shocking... I threw it in the first chamber and moved on with my life, but quickly ordered a Neo-Therm 50w. It is way shorter and thinner, easily fitting in the space provided. Plus it is fully submersible. The M50 has maybe 1-2" zone where it wants the water level to be and without an ATO is kinda rough. Not too upset, I ended up with a backup heater just in case. One of the other documentation blunders by Fluval is how the return pump is supposed to sit. How they have it pictured doesn't actually work. The pump is too big. Looking online I found a new pump from Cobalt Aquatics. On paper it seems great, it's tiny 2.25" x 1.5" x 2.25" and has a slightly higher overall flow at 159gph. Once I got it in hand I have to say it seems too good to be true to be more powerful and so much smaller, oh plus the power cord comes out the top instead of the back which again helps with placement. Once installed it is noticeably more powerful. I need to get some new 1/2" tube as this new pump is shorter and I really had to stretch my current cut to get it to reach. Haven't setup the Skimmer except to place it in the tank. Seems to fit just fine. My main concern right now is why the skimmer isn't in chamber two. I would think you'd want your foam filter right at the intake grate. When excess food or other things get sucked back they have a long way to go before hitting foam. I'll see how it goes, but I'll trust someone at Fluval had a good reason to do it this way.... and by Fluval I kinda mean whatever overseas company sold this to them to market. The LED is heavy and gets pretty hot. I shot it with my temp gun and it was maybe 112F. One of the undocumented aspects is that the light will resume the mode it was on if it loses power. So while it doesn't have a timer, you simply have to plug it into one. I happened to have been gifted a ConnectSense HomeKit Enabled outlet and finally have a use for it. I can plug in my light and set a timer in the app. I can even override it from the app anywhere in the world. The blue light mode is sorta useless except when you really want to use it. The blue is actually too bright for a night time setting. I turned off my room lights to watch a movie in the same room as the tank. I thought the blue light would be better when watching the movie but honestly it was actually worse. The blue light is at best a party trick to show off corals and their glow. But that's okay it was a cheap stock light, it'll do the trick and seems bright enough to support coral life. I got my sand at a LFS and they only had a 20lb bag of CaribSea Live Sand Special Grade (would have rather used a 10lb). I used a little more than half of it. For rock I ordered CaribSea Aquatics Life Rock 20lb on Amazon. The rock was clean and varied. There are nice different types of pieces. A lot of times you get different shapes and sizes but they otherwise are the same. This has pieces that had drastically different looks. I tossed majority of what I got into the tank. I'll mess with is more later, but it looks pretty good right now. It's been running for a little less than a week. Did my first test, high nitrates, and some lingering Ammonia and Nitrites. I think I skipped dosing one day using Fluval cycle, but it should be ready for livestock soon.
  19. Here is a video I made unboxing the fluval evo 12 if anyone is interested. I made the video over a year ago when they first came out then I just left it in its box and barely started it up in September. I will be posting another video soon of me setting up the tank once I get my computer fixed. Hope everyone likes it ☺️
  20. So upgraded the stock lights on the Fluval EVO 13.5 to Current USA Orbit Marine LED. I was then thinking if it was a good idea to run the stock Fluval EVO lights as well (maybe just on blue). The EVO has 31 LEDs at 16w and the Orbit Marine has 72 LEDs at 18w. I did notice that the Fluval lights are much brighter (Not sure what this means in terms of output). The EVO measures 22", 15" deep, and 11" wide. I currently have the Orbit about 4-5 inches from the surface. The stock EVO light used to sit about 2-3 inches from the surface. These are the PAR rating for the Marine Orbit. I couldn't find PAR readings for the Fluval EVO stock light from the manufacturer; I did read a post on another reef forum where someone measured the PAR around 225 at the surface. Has anyone tried this? This is just stuff that I am thinking about.
  21. I want to upgrade the stock pump on my fluval evo 13.5, but I would like to hear some pros and cons of the different options from actual owners. I recently purchased an Eheim Compact 1000 pump for this tank but I ended putting the stock pump back on due to high temps. My tank was reaching 87+ degrees F with the eheim whereas with the stock pump, i'm steady 80 degrees F. Eheim compact 1000: Pros: -smaller size than stock -260 GPH -no filter to clean Cons: -loud -5/8" non-barbed outlet (requires zip tie; fluval pump is 1/2" outlet) -heatsoaks the tank Some other names I hear about for this tank are Sicce 1.0 or 1.5, MJ1200, and Hydor 300. Do any of these options produce significant amounts of heat in the Evo 13.5? Not too concerned about the noise, but quiet is preferable.
  22. Hello everyone. Some of you may have seen my Fluval edge 6 that has been up for 7 months. Well i have now decided to upgrade it to the Fluval evo 13.5g. Equipment : Lights=Stock Filter=Stock plus filter floss Heater=Marineland 50w Pump=Hydor koralia nano 240 Liverock=13 pounds Livestock: One Ocellaris clown (Humphrey) 1 blue dot puffer (Norbert) 3 blue legged hermit crabs (Skuttlebutt , Skittles, Unnamed) 2 Asterina star fish 2 Nassarius snails ( Snoofle and Hufflepuff ) 2 Astrea Snails 1 filter feeding clam Corals : 5 Kenya tree's GSP Red mushrooms Green mushrooms One purple mushroom Two hammer corals Favia Blasto Green paly's One zoa left (Thanks Norbert ) lol Losses : Black and white Ocellaris (RIP Bogart ) Zoas Planned stock : Two Frogspawn Another hammer coral Two Acans One Duncan Two blastos Possibly a plating montipora
  23. Hello all, today i I added in my last edition to my Fluval sea evo 13.5 gallon. The first fish was a royal gramma, followed by a black ice clown, and today I added an azure damsel and blood shrimp. I added the azure last as I know it was the most likely to be aggressive.. I have had 0 issues with aggression from the damsel/clown, but the gramma seems to be a bully. My aquacape is set up with 2 large stacked rock caves on each end, with open space in the middle. My gramma occupys the left cave and the damsel has been in the right cave.. however my gramma is coming out of the cave, across the tank to the damsel and opening its mouth. Should I relocate the gramma? I have a 32 gal biocube I could put it in.. or will the territories be settled and things will calm down in the days ahead? Also I would like to ask if this tank is overstocked. I have had the clown and gramma together for a week and have 0 nitrite, nitrate and ammonia. I could either: 1.) keep the 3 together 2.) have 2 damsels with the clown 3.) have 2 clowns with the new damsel any help would be appreciated!
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