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The beast in question resembled this caterpillar of the Painted Jezebel butterfly from SE Asia, except the spots on the back were black, as were the setae.  Also there was no black anal spot.  The head may have been a bit more prominent.

http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/teptong/teptong1211/teptong121100028/16358068-close-up-of-painted-jezebel-delias-hyparete-lava-caterpillar-on-green-leaf-square-cropped.jpg

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_yzw2AzY2du4/TQxL7c5iUPI/AAAAAAAAFYk/GwUBowR5nW8/s400/PJcats-AnthonyW.jpg



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