The frags all arrived healthy with some minimal tissue necrosis due to shipping stress on a few frags, however they’ve all lost their vibrant colorations upon arrival.I am the photographer for TSA and part of their online sales team. If you had any issues with any frags you received from us, please let us know. We are always very willing to do what is needed to make a customer happy.
As far as the Vivids insanity price, we look at the market when we price corals. When it's priced we look at the size of other sellers and price. I searched for a vivid insanity frag you mentioned but can not find any. The best I could find is a small one for $400 on sale. The one on the site is easily over 1.5".
We use no filters when taking pics and pics are not in all blue. I could use a filter like 95% of the other vendors but we prefer to sell frags close to what you actually receive so you are not disappointed.
We also have a wide range of prices for coral, with some as low as $15.
Again if you have any issues please reach out to us and we will make it right.
keep sessile inverts like sponges and things, cheaper and they dont need miniature nuclear reactors over their tanksIs it just me or are these coral prices getting ridiculous. I’m really starting to think about shutting my tank down. I mean almost every coral is 100 dollars or more on these websites.
Our club does the same thing. The reason we do is to run the website, use the money to buy items to raffle at the meetings, etc. It helps to keep it active.In my area you have to pay in order to get anything from club members. You can post on their forums, but any frag exchange/giveaway/trade/sell is only for paid members. Complete BS. I'm calling you out Bay Area Reefers Club