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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!
Hello fellow reefers, As the title reads I recently was gifted a Fluval Evo 5 gallon. I started the tank 12/26/18 with live rock and live sand. A couple days later after the sand had settled I went back down to my LFS and bought my Yellow Watchmen goby. The tank is currently cycling and I won't add any other live critters for a little. This is my second nano tank, my previous was a Biocube 29 that I ran for a year with coral and fish. I'm excited to be back in the hobby. I plan on buying a Xp Aqua ATO and a Koralia nano power head. I'm also entertaining the idea of modifiying the rear compartment to hold rubble rock and cheato. I also ordered some Brightwell aquatics complete bio culture , and chemipure nano. I check salinity daily and, keep 2 gallons of rodi water under the desk. Current set up includes stock pump, stock light, stock filtration Cobalt Neotherm 50watt heater temperature 76 degrees, salinity 1.023 3-6 lbs of live rock 3-4 lbs live sand one Yellow watchmen goby