Extreme corals group buy

Discussion in 'Group Buys' started by Fish Boss, Dec 26, 2016.

  1. Fish Boss

    Fish Boss Supporting Member

    so I've been seeing these awesome orange with blue tips torch corals on extreme corals, and they are generally around $400. I was wondering if anyone wanted to go halves/thirds/fourths on one of these next time they pop up and split the colony? Or if anyone has seen this color torch before, can you refer me to where I can get a frag? Thanks!
  2. Ibn

    Ibn Supporting Member

    Their pictures are under pretty heavy actinic/blues for the corals to pop. You can find the same corals at Neptune as well as at Aquatic Collection.
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  3. I just went and looked at it! I'm in! That's gorgeous!
  4. Oh -- maybe I'm not in then.
  5. Fish Boss

    Fish Boss Supporting Member

    I understand they are under heavy actinics, every single one of their pictures pop! But I have never seen a torch with that color combo before at any LFS. If neptunes has had before/will have in the future, I would much rather support them
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  6. Gablami

    Gablami Supporting Member

    I don't think you'll find that color combo at Neptune's. I'm there a good amount (today even). That orange and baby blue is striking.
  7. iani

    iani Guest

    Don't expect to get anything near what you see in their photos. Eric and I know from experience.
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  8. Ibn

    Ibn Supporting Member

    This is one of the pictures from their site. Take a look at the coral, which they claim it as being a super rare Aussie super neon green with blue/purple background. Take a look at the background colors and then the baby blue background on the coral. I'd expect this coral to have the same cream/off white base as the other Aussie crown leathers out there. Creams and off whites takes on the blue colorations extremely well.


    This is what an Aussie crown looks like from a member on the Boston Reefer forum.


    Top is obviously the actinic/blue pic while the bottom is closer to what it looks like when all the lights are on. I typically don't run actinics on my setups and prefer a crisper look to my lights (also never at work when the moonlight cycle is on), but if you do run blues then by all means, go for it.
  9. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Colorado member

    I prefer a whiter look too but my sunrise/sunset fades to a deep blue. I've been playing with adding just a hint of red with the blue which shifts the colors kind of cool.
  10. tankguy

    tankguy BOD

    I personally like when just my blues. I like the look of the coral colors much better. Don't most website take their pic under heavy actinic's?
  11. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Colorado member

    I think they do it under whatever light makes their corals look the best.
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