Technically, yes. Ecuadorians are easy, same car as PPs. Just (generally) different shells, and they’re pickier about them. Strawberries on the other hand. They are rumored to be more sensitive to habitat changes (no fluctuations in temp or humidity), they need a slightly different diet to keep their color, and its better for them to have more space (I believe its a…30 gal minimum for two?).
Anyone please feel free to correct me. :)
I don’t know about strawberries, but I have an E, and while he’s fine in the tank with my PPs, you’re going to need to make sure you have a lot more things for an E to explore/do. They have a lot more energy than PPs. Also, you’ll want to make sure your substrate stays deep. My E loves to dig, and has dug up one of my PPs who was molting before.
Otherwise, there’s no major difference that I’ve seen.
Es are definitely more energetic than PPs but strawberries are even worse. Straws are very picky, requiring pretty much constant 80/80 temp and humidity and a diet extremely high in a variety of carotenoids, including tannins, zeaxanthin, and astaxanthin. I’ve had crabs for 6 years with a 30g tall and I know that I don’t have the expertise or proper setup to handle strawberries right now.