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38 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 38 Gal. 8 months old, my first one!

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Country: Canada
Description: tank demensions: 38 Gal, 36" x 12" x 20", lighting: 2 x 36" 39W 10,000K AquaticLife Dual-Lamp T5 HO light fixtures, 10 hours on, 14 hours off, on from 10 am till 8 pm, Filtration: 1x Eheim Professional 3 external canister filter, and 1x marineland 200 penguin power filter, CO2 injection system: Fluval CO2 88 kit rated for 15 - 40 Gal. CO2 Reactor 500, Digital thermometer, 425 gpm powerhead, seachem Onyx Sand subtrate.
Advice: first off, Welcome to the Hobby! it is a really rewarding hobby, your aquarium will reflect the effort you put into it, if you run into problems dont give up! the planted aquarium is extremely rewarding!
Fish Kept: Goldfish, 3 Silver Dollars, 4 red belly piranhas, 1 Amazon Puffer, 6 sharpae tetras, 1 Bala Shark, 6 Green Tiger Barbs, 6 Albino Tiger Barbs, 1 Albino Cory Catfish, 3 Panda Cory Catfish, 3 Skunk Cory Catfish 1 Green Cory Catfish, 1 Rubber Nose Pleco, 1 Sail fin Pleco, Ghost Shrimp, Cherry Red Shrimp, Guppies, 5 saimese algae eaters, 3 clown loaches, 1 Angelfish, 10 Neon Tetras, 6 Glass Blood Fin Tetras, 2 Golden Algae Eaters, 3 Silver Hatchets
Corals/Plants: ...........................................
Tank Size: 38 gallons
About Yourself: i first got into the hobby with a standard 30 Gal Aquarium setup (Non-Planted), and shortly after developed an interest for planted aquariums, so i up graded to a 38 Gal setup. which of course i turned into a planted tank. i have some clippings from other plants from when i go diving around the area too.

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