Cotton looper (tropical anomis, white-pupiled scallop moth)
The caterpillars are inclinesd to lie along a vein on the underside of a leaf. The caterpillars damage the leaves of their foodplant in a characteristic pattern.
The adult moth is brown, with an outlined pale spot near the middle, and zigzag lines across, each forewing.
The eggs are green and flattened. They are laid on the undersides of leaves of a foodplant beside the veins.