- Jul 6, 2020
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Very nice sam Good use of rock in that limited space,That looks great Sam, very nice and natural
Got mine on sale to from maidenhead aquatics! I've had success with the sea evo so I thought I would try an even smaller tank. I've learnt from the sea evo that a good size weekly water change Is enough to keep the nitrates low providing I clean the filter sponge weekly and feed every 3 days, so I will do the same with this one. I will cut a square out of the middle of the lid so I can keep the rear sump covered and definitely block the lower slots on the rear wall so the filter surface skims better.Very nice sam Good use of rock in that limited space,
Plenty of places for frags.
I have also just got a fluval 34. "On sale in uk" I used some rock from my existing
marine tank so hopefully no spkes. Wll add a small goby and
shrimp latter with corals. What are you doing for lighting, filteration etc?
Will follow this thread
I was thinking about buying the basket for chamber 1 but I'm going to block the lower intake from inside the chamber and add a drilled pice of acylic in the top of chamber 1 to hold filter floss that I can easily change every couple of days.I switched to the inTank tower in mine. It blocks the lower intake and better distributes the flow into the second chamber. I also ditched the sponge, added the inTank chamber 2 and filled it with MarinePure Gems.
No options really if you want to keep the lid. If you ditch the lid, the options are endless. I started with the Fluval Marine Nano 3.0 (decent), then moved to a Kessil A80 (good), then eventually landed on a Prime 16HD (best).I’m lookin for a light upgrade as well and can’t find many options.what are you going with