Shaving Brush

Shaving Brush

Shaving Brush Plant; Atl.


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Care Facts

Care Level: Easy
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet: Filter Feeder
Reef Safe: Yes
Minimum Tank Size: 30 Gallons
Max Size:
The Shaving Brush grows in sandy substrates and possess rhizoidal ?root balls? or holdfast. It is hardy in nature and well known for its filtration capabilities. The Shaving Brush resembles a brush used for applying cream, thus it is named as shaving brush plant. It features elongated stalk and green grass like upward branches. The Shaving Brush incorporates a hard Calcium Carbonate skeleton within its living tissue. It is easy to maintain and do not need any special attention. The supplements of calcium and iron can be added to improve its overall health and growth. It helps in controlling excess nutrients in almost any marine or reef aquarium. It is advisable to keep the aquarium well illuminated for its proper growth, so that they have enough energy to prepare the food through photosynthesis.The Shaving Brush has many thin leaves and these give a feathered look to it. It is well-suited for refugium and modified sumps. Most herbivorous fish do not feed on this plant, but some sea urchins may uproot and consume these species.

Great size and nice and healty!


Reviewed by: Frank S. on June 12, 2015

Plant came as expected, nice.


Reviewed by: Jon Neumann on March 18, 2015

Arrived in good shape. I don't have a refugium, but instead try to keep a natural balance in my tank. These nitrate eaters look great in the tank. The fish love to hide in the forest of shaving brushes. If my cheto eating pigmy angel doesn't eat them I will get more. If he dose I will start a refugium, and get more.


Reviewed by: Timothy Ollom on March 14, 2015

They look great


Reviewed by: Kenny on Jan. 31, 2015

Nice addition to my refugium


Reviewed by: Sandy Brown on Sept. 9, 2014

I like the green color these shaving brushes add to the aquarium. Purchased 3 for my 95 Gallon Live Reef & Fish aquarium. The only problem, my Tangs are taking an interest and picking at them. Therefore, the shaving brushes end up removed and lying in the back of the aquarium. Mounting on frag coral to at least try an keep them in place would be helpful. If I can keep the shaving brushes in place, I would purchase again at low price even if my Tangs eventually destroy.


Reviewed by: Brian Horton on Aug. 30, 2014

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