Photo #1 - 3 Gallon Picotope, November 2014

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3 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 3 Gallon Picotope, November 2014

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: List of equipment: JBJ Picotope tank, Hydor ATO, 3 JBJ 9w 50/50 light fixtures, LED Moonlight, Tetra 10i heater, (3) Electronic timers, Azoo 180 powerhead, Marina HOB breeder box, HOB filter, Tetra air pump (2), Coralife digital thermometer, Refractometer,
Advice: Plan, plan, plan, and stick to it! This hobby is most rewarding when you give it time and dedication. Remember to enjoy your tank!
Fish Kept: ------
Corals/Plants: Orange plating Montipora, Superman Montipora, Rainbow Montipora, Green Birdsnest, Orange galaxea, White Pom Pom Xenia, Pink pulsing Xenia, Green candycane, Duncan coral, Green finger leather, Devils hand leather, Orange Ricordia Yuma, Yellow toadstool, Neon green toadstool, Anthelia, GSP, Rhodactis mushroom, Green hairy mushroom, Blue discosoma, Green zoanthids, Red zoanthids, Orange zoanthids, Purple and Green palys, Brown palys, Kenya tree, Blue steel hammer, Neon green hammer, Chaetomorpha in refugium Skunk cleaner shrimp, 3 Nerites, PomPom Crab, Porcelain Crab, Mated pair of Sexy Shrimp
Tank Size: 3 gallons
About Yourself: I started off with zero knowledge of reefkeeping, but was willing to learn! That's the key, learn everything you can from other aquarium enthusiasts, they're your best resource.

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So much in such a small space! Beautiful! fish avatar

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