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40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - And there is my pride and joy

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Country: Wales
Description: I have a 40 gallon tropical tank with fake plantation around a large bogwood, plenty of dark spots/hiding places. I have a fluval external filter 1400ltr/Hr with a large interpet airpump. I have a mixture of medium sized brown gravel mixed with a blue and green small mix. We went for a barb/tetra combination of black widow,congo,redeye and buwnos aires tetra with tiger barbs,rosy,odessa, and golden with corys and a brittle nose catfish , 2 mollies and a platy who loves it .
Advice: The bigger the better in regards to filteration. Regular water change and checks. Pick uour fish after reserch to thrive.
Fish Kept: Tiger Barb, Rosy Barb, Odessa Barb, Congo Tetra, Albino Buenos Aires Tetra, Black Widow Tetra, Red Eye Tetra, Black Molly, Platy, Peppered Cory Cat, Bristle-nose Catfish
Corals/Plants: Retail shop plants. Geown plants is the next task.
Tank Size: 40 gallons

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