Marine aquariums have a reputation for being difficult to start and maintain. There are some added responsibilities compared to freshwater tanks; however, these are challenges that can be mastered. Here are my posts for marine aquarium tips and chronicles of our Fluval EVO 13.5.
A number of Fluval AIO (All In One) aquariums have featured a patterned decal of sorts on the tank exterior. These are usually to obscure equipment or, on newer models, to hide water stains/deposits...Read More
Gathering components for our EVO 13.5 saltwater nano was a lot of fun. At times, it was almost overwhelming from the perspective of research. By the time I got the basics covered with the tank, stan...Read More
One of the adventures in starting our saltwater nano aquarium was figuring out tank maintenance. I have experience with our freshwater planted Spec V, but it seemed I had a lot to learn regarding na...Read More
I’ve kept freshwater fish for many years so feeding fish is no new thing for me; however, feeding in our saltwater nano gave me an opportunity to try feeding frozen foods for the first time. I...Read More
With several months of planning and preparation behind us, it was finally time to add some fish to our EVO 13.5. The kids were excited to finally add some life to the tank! I will talk about our pro...Read More
When setting up our EVO 13.5, I kept a mindful eye on a budget, but still wanted to go ahead and get all components in place to raise future coral additions. In order to provide flexibility in flow ...Read More
When putting together our Fluval EVO 13.5 saltwater build, I spent quite a bit of time considering what all was worth upgrading. I wanted to maintain a balance between keeping initial cost down but ...Read More