Hello everyone, After about a month and a half, (maybe even two,) my 125 gal is doing great. Some plants have issues, but they are getting fixed with new leaves faster then the oldest leaves can die. I do have a few species of plants in my tank, but unsure of some, and unsure of some varieties, for example: Anubias Nana. All fish in the tank are doing well. Yes, I house goldfish with tropical. The goldfish were accidentally acclimated to 81-82'f water when they were about two inches long. (5&7 years ago.) They never had a problem, and get along well with the others. We are going on vacation tomorrow to Key West. It'll be fun to see the fish there. 1.What form of Anubias is this? Nana, Barteri, or Coffeefolia? 2. The leaves are contracting. Are they unhealthy? 3. Species? I cannot tell with the 2 different kinds of leaves. 4. This tall one? (I am surprised that one leaf is hanging on by a thread and is the better looking of the three leaves) 5. Java Fern perhaps? 6, Lastly, this plant. I don't think it's meant to be on driftwood, but it wouldn't stay in the substrate. I decided to put it on driftwood that had a hole in it just a tad bigger then the plant. Its a perfect fit with room for Eco-Complete substrate. If you look carefully, behind the neons, you can see the plants bottom with substrate in the hole. Thanks for viewing. All help is greatly appreciated.