- Zygaena lonicerae (narrow-bordred five-spot burnet) - that has very long setae (hairs); yours are short
- Zygaena exulans (Scotch burnet) - its larvae are darker than yours
Also, you may be able to rule some out by considering food plant (refer to individual species links in the above URL) - assuming you know the foodplant (not the grass it happens to be on in your photo).
And you may be able to rule some out based on location and time of year.
Even if you reared your larva to maturity, the adult might still be ambiguous; it might be even more ambiguous.
To come back to your particular insect, it seems likely to be a choice between five- and six-spot burnet, both of which have short setae.