Hallo Jurgen ,
it may be R. cincta , R.lebeau , R. hesperus ..... , many Rothschildia spec looks , in L1,L2 , like these on your picture .
In L3 and L4 you can they determine more precisely.
yes, I agree, I was thinking of R. lebeau myself
Caterpillars of the first and second instar in the genus Rothschildia are very difficult to recognize. It may be R. cincta, or R. lebeau....