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  1. banasophia

    Banasophia’s Evo V 🌀

    Recent FTS: Hi all, It’s funny how many of us are talking about our spouses/significant others as we figure out whether we’ll be doing this new Nano-Reef challenge. It really shows what an investment of time, money, and care this hobby can be. This past week I discovered that my hubs actually supports me in this hobby more than I knew. Because of him, I’m back, and joining in on the fun. Here’s what happened: Early last week the hubs informed me it’s not his place to tell me I can’t start a new tank; it’s up to me to decide 🤔 hmm could be a good sign When I had my little temper tantrum in the contest thread, it was the hubs that suggested I could apologize and come back 😊 hopeful to think people understand and give me a chance... we all have our issues Hubs even told me last night he liked my tank idea 🚦seems like a green light to me! 😁 So, of course, I took all this as the go ahead to move forward, and went to pick up the tank today! I’ll be doing a Fluval Evo V, 5 gallon tank, in my home office. Here’s my condiment shot. Honey for the humans, coral frenzy for the corals!
  2. CarolinaShoreReef

    CSR's Fluval Evo V

    Hey everyone! I recently set up another fluval evo v back in March. You might remember my last one which was sold off at the start of this year when I had too much going on. I even let go of my lagoon 25 which the large zoa rock comes from. Anyways here's a break down: Light: AI Prime HD Return Pump: MJ 606 Heater: some cheap adjustable heater from Amazon. Not too worried about it going rogue as it's hooked up to an ink bird. Pump: Hydor Koralia Nano Media Basket: DIY out of sewing canvas -Lots of bio media, 5g chemi blue carbon. pouches, debris pad InTank Surface Skimmer ATO: Aqua Smart ATO Livestock: CUC: Astrea, Trochus, Limpets, Blood Shrimp, Nassarius, Bumble Bee Snail, Blue Leg Hermit Fish: 2 Wheeler Goby, 1 Clownfish, 1 Warpaint Goby 1 Candy Cane Pistol Shrimp Coral: -Assorted Zoas and palys (fruit loops, magicians, sunny Ds, captain americas, etc.) -Blue Raven Blastos -Maxi Mini Carpet Anemone -Assorted Mushrooms (not sure about types besides the hairy mushroom) -Lobos -Duncans -GSP -Neon Green Nepthea -Red and Blue Stripe Acans -GIANT ULTRA JUICED AIPTASIA ANEMONES
  3. TR1CKYR33F3R

    New Fluval Evo 5 tank

    This is my new Fluval Evo 5 tank. I'm a first time saltwater tanker as I've only had freshwater in the past. I want to get advice from experienced reefers and others who have used this tank before. I have 3 inhabitants in my tank. My first question is water flow. Is my circulation pump in a good spot? Also please feel free to give feedback/advice on my setup as I like to learn and gain more experience. Thanks in advance community!
  4. The cyphastrea and chalice adventure begins. One month old. 3 pounds of Carib sea base rock seeded with Aquamarine Canada copepods. One purple frilly gorgonian. One Bizarro cyphastrea frag. Stock light. All is well. I may have a goby pistol pair in a week or so from Raging Reef Montreal.
  5. Hi there I stubled upon this challange and thought it was the PERFECT excuse for an office tank. I am playing with dryscape right now. Tank is not at my office yet. I want to get all the pieces together first then take it in. Is seeding from existing tanks ok? So here is my entry into the challenge Tank Fluval Evo V Pump Cobalt 606 Heater ? Lights Stock + 2 blue led strips Fliter area Intank media basket with floss and cpe in the very bottom a bit of a block of marine pure ATO Will be some sort of diy with the stock pump from the tank. Stock will be flowery I hope (Guys I am not very creative) Rock flowers a plenty Zoas I may do a small torch or other euphilla to act as the "tree" in my flower garden. Maybe a little piece of cyphastrea once I figure out how the light really is.
  6. “Darkness falls across the land The midnight hour is close at hand Creatures crawl in search of blood To terrorize y'all's neighborhood” Or, ocean in this case. Welcome to tonight’s Creature Feature. @lkoechle is your average housewife. Cooking, cleaning, more cooking, more cleaning. Saving children from killing themselves and getting screamed at by not letting them kill themselves. @skoechle, your average 9 to 5 American male. Goin’ to work, and bringin’ home the bacon. They live a quiet, predictable suburban life. Until the day they receive their live rock. Or should I say, Horror Rock! I love creature features… and that’s what this tank is. A creature feature. Home, hopefully, to a loveable N. Wennerae. A stomatopod from my wonderful homestate of Florida. They make lovely pets. I highly recommend you acquaint yourselves with these True Facts and this comic. Ah, don’t you just want to hug them?! <3 This is a sister (albeit smaller sister) tank to the 100 Days of Nanos contest tank. Equipment: Fluval EVO Sea 5 gallon Auqueon QuietFlow 600 return pump Theo Heater 25 watt Livestock: N. Wennerae Coral: Favia Lobophyllia Mandarin Fireworks Clove Polyps Kenya Tree Radioactive Dragon Eyes Zoas Red montipora mollis (all waiting in the Lagoon) Ball sponge Orange Sponge Red Boring Sponge Red Sponge
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