I need a confirm,
I saw two similar species, but this one seem the Pyrausta aurata.
From the site U.K. Moth:
P. aurata the only consistent postmedian mark is a round golden blotch near the costa, but there is usually a small golden mark between it and the costa. In fresh specimens, there is sometimes a thin indistinct wavy golden postmedian line between the round blotch and the dorsum.
P. purpuralis the postmedian markings can form a continuous broad band, but it is usually broken into three substantial marks. The mark near the dorsum is always much more substantial than that, if any, on P. aurata, and turns towards the base of the wing as it approaches the dorsal edge.
16.08.2013 - North Italy
Thanks for the help.
You are right - P. aurata.
As well as the differentiuating characters you mention above, have a look at this
Make a note to try to see or photo the hind wings!
And in general, because P. ostrinalis is also a possibility, refer to this
This shows how much the markings vary within P. aurata
I saw all the links and yes, it's P. aurata
Thanks for your help!
In this days I have to post some beautiful butterflies that I found in mountain, so I need your help