So as the title states I bought a harlequin sometime ago to eradicate the plague of asternias I had going(no really the glass was covered at night, and I do mean covered). Fast forward a few months and it seems he has taken care of the problem, but now I think he needs some food. I know they will readily accept chocolate chip stars, and that I will have to cut an arm off to feed him. I do not have a problem with this(after all it's nature and this sort of predatory behavior goes on all the time). What I'm having an issue with is what sort of QT procedure do people deal with when feeding these guys? Should I QT the star before feeding it, or am I thinking too much into this? Just cut off the leg and feed away with no QT and keeping the star in my sump, or? Any help would be great here as I'm on my way to the LFS this morning to get one, and the only LFS in the area that has any is very questionable, but their inverts are kept separate from the fish and coral tanks.