Tang and Trigger aggression QT

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Hey guys, I have a bristletooth tang and a male blue throat trigger (both 3-4 inches) in a 20 gallon QT for the first few days and they’ve been flaring at each other and also made physical contact. I have a 10 gallon that is already set up, should I put the trigger in the 10 gallon or try to separate the 20 gallon using egg crate?
 
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Hey guys, I have a bristletooth tang and a male blue throat trigger (both 3-4 inches) in a 20 gallon QT for the first few days and they’ve been flaring at each other and also made physical contact. I have a 10 gallon that is already set up, should I put the trigger in the 10 gallon or try to separate the 20 gallon using egg crate?
Either will work. Might point towards issues once in the DT though.
 
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