In many locations, the mangrove tree crab shares its habitat with the spotted mangrove, or mangrove root crab, Goniopsis cruentata. However, this species can reach carapace lengths up to 6.3 cm, much larger than A. pisonii (Kaplan, 1988). Coloration also distinguishes the two crabs. The body of G. cruentata is dark brown, with red legs bearing a pattern of yellow spots. The palms are white and claws lack the black hairs characteristic of A. pisonii.II . HABITAT & DISTRIBUTION
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