Photo #1 - My Pickle/cookie Jar Pico Reef After 5 Months.

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Photo Caption: My Pickle/Cookie Jar Pico Reef after 5 Months.
3 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My Pickle/Cookie Jar Pico Reef after 5 Months.
fish tank picture - More shots of the Jar

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: My Pico reef in a Pickle/Cookie Jar after 5 Months. 21watt PAR38 LED No filtration other than a circulation pump. Weekly 50% water and proper light spot feeding. No fish! Only Inverts/corals! There is no Neon Goby The stupid site had to have a fish listed on the form or it wouldn't allow me to sign up!
Advice: Patience
Fish Kept: Neon Goby
Corals/Plants: Montipora, Clove, Zooanthids/Palys, Crocea Clam, Xenia, GSP, Kenya Tree, purple mushroom
Tank Size: 3 gallons
About Yourself: Former Zoo Keeper/Aquarist

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Love it!! Very Cool! fish avatar
What type of light do you have above this. Very nice fish avatar
Incredible! Very innovative and unique - well done! fish avatar

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