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38 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 38 gal tank with 24 fish and a couple of plants some fake tell me what you think.

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Country: Canada
Description: I have 1 38 gallon brackish tank, 2 48" grow lights, 1 50 gallon aqua clear filter and one wal-mart special 50 gallon filter. I'm presently looking for a canister filter as i have a lot of fish in there. Some real plants some fake and various decorations.
Advice: Get a very good filter.
Fish Kept: -4 Black skirt tetra's -3 Neon's -3 Bumble bee goby's -1 striped goby -2 angelfish (1 pure white & 1 black striped) - 2 Golden barbs -1 Powder Blue grammi -1 Gold sword tail -1 Red iranian -1 Puffer fish -1 blue danio -1 spotted pleco
Corals/Plants: 2 live plants
Tank Size: 38 gallons
Quote: Who do i trust? ME that's who

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