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39 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my tank

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: The tank is 39 gallons with Penguin bio-wheel filter. I have rocks and a variety of plants. The lighting is 2 36" T-12 fluorescent bulbs and 2 36" T-5 bulbs.
Advice: I don't know enough to offer advice.
Fish Kept: 2 black skirt tetra, 2 African leaf fish, 1 butterfly fish, 1 peacock eel, 1 green cory, 1 rainbow shark, 1 farlowella, 2 chinese algae eaters, 1 blue paradise fish, 2 serpae tetra,
Corals/Plants: red ludwiga, sag, dwarf sag, red mellon plant, java fern, java wisp, java moss, moss ball, corkscrew val, amazon sword, onion plant, dwarf lillies, a couple other whos names I don't know
Tank Size: 39 gallons
Quote: "The highlander was a documentary, and the events happened in real time" -Master Shake
About Yourself: I'm a software engineer in Florida

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