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Photo Caption: I PLan to add more plants and more fish. Just recently set this up.
38 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I PLan to add more plants and more fish. Just recently set this up.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 38 Gallon all-glass fish tank. Eheim Ecco 2236, yager 150 watt heater. Neptunes natural gravel. Various real rock from landscape yard. Fake plant.Corallife t-5 lighting. So far 2 Dalmation Molly's. Tank has been up and running for 3 days. I plan to add 1 or 2 more plants and more fish after the cycling process.
Advice: Research and dont be cheap on filtration! Plan ahead and don't rush. Pay attention to details and research on the internet and books for ideas and options.
Fish Kept: I plan to keep 5 cory cats, 2 angels, 3 guoramis, and 7 red tetras. 1 drwarf pleco.
Corals/Plants: some natural rocks from my local landscape yard super cheap. 21 pounds for $5. way cheaper than the fish store.
Tank Size: 38 gallons
About Yourself: Part time student/retail sales specialist

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