Gracilaria Hayi (Red Bush Algae)

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Gracilaria Hayi (Red Bush Algae)

Red Gracilaria Algae - Red Bush Algae

Red bush algae, also known as Gracilaria Hayi, is a perfect source of food for fish such as Angelfish, Tangs and snails. It also works to absorb nitrates from your tank and is reef safe. It's bright florescent red colors make a beautiful addition to your tank or refugium. Red Gracilaria Algae is a very hardy macroalgae that helps to remove toxins from your tank and grows fairly fast. It is a natural way to improve the water quality in your aquarium. 

You can expect to receive a golf ball size portion (1" to 2") that will grow very rapidly into an amazing aquascape feature for your tank. 

Take advantage of our flat rate and free shipping options by adding other macroalgae to your order.

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  • 5
    Red bush algae

    Posted by Jeff Stockman on 6th Sep 2020

    Being able to grow food for the community is something I've aspired to do. Product was packaged well and are acclimating as expected. Need to order more as inhabitants seem to live feasting on it! Exceptional customer service!

  • 4
    Nice but small

    Posted by Jeff Silvers on 3rd Apr 2020

    Nice sample, a bit smaller than hoped for

  • 5
    Great

    Posted by Nicole on 28th Mar 2019

    Looks great and love it will get more

  • 5
    Algae

    Posted by bvan32@gmail.com on 18th Feb 2019

    Beautiful colors. Decent size

  • 5
    plant

    Posted by Darell on 24th Jan 2019

    Bright rad color goo size healty

  • 5
    Red Bush algae

    Posted by Jude F on 19th Nov 2018

    Nice size and great color nice addition to my seahorse tank

  • 5
    Nice quantity and adds great color

    Posted by Chirag Patel on 27th Sep 2018

    Had some cool medusa worms

  • 5
    Nice Red Bush

    Posted by Jeff Darin on 16th Sep 2018

    Really good sized ball of red Bush algae. I broke some off and my tangs love it

  • 5
    Gracilaria Hayi

    Posted by Mona McCulley on 27th Apr 2018

    Pretty color. Fish were eating on it immediately.