Cecropia Moth, or Hylaphora cecropia.
My husband found this beauty hanging out in the tomatoes. It is a Cecropia Moth, which is the largest moth in North America. Usually nocturnal (it was around dusk) with a wing span of 5-6 inches. The moth itself does not eat, only the caterpillars. The male is drawn to the females by her scent and may travel up to seven miles. They live only a few weeks, long enough to mate and lay eggs.