Spanish Moth (Xanthopastis timais)
…a species of owlet moth (Noctuidae) that ranges from the eastern/ central United states (although they are rare everywhere other than Florida), through Mexico into Central America and South America. X. timais larvae generally feed on spider lilies (Liliaceae) and members of Amaryllidaceae. They also have been seen on Figs (Ficus sp.) and even iceberg lettuce! Adults tend to fly from November-May and their food source remains unknown.
Images: Carol Wolf and Gary J Goss