this "suspicions" are fully justified. Any gen. det. for this moth weren't performed.
The problem is that it differs a lot from other Bactra species which could be found in our region. B.furfurana is completely unlike. The pair B.lacteana/lancealana (I don't know how these species could be distinguished by appearance) are extremely common on all hochmoors in the region, where they probably feeds on Carex or Eriophorum. I haven't met such large and strangely coloured exemplares of these species before. And there are no any marsh habitats in Lischnyagi, only some hygrophilous plants (including Scripus sp.) in the river walley. So when we've caught this Bactra sp., I've decided that it's B.furfurana. But I don't sure in this determination, and this exemplar is marked with "?" in my photo-collection.
Finally, thinking today on this problem, I've probably found the difference between B.lacteana/lancealana and furfurana, if we can trust photos of B.furfurana in the Internet. The dark region in the the top of the wing of B.lacteana/lancealana is well pronounced, while B.furfurana has another shaped band at the costal edge. I've tried to show this on the image below, but probably it is all wiredrawn)
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