Dahira viksinjaevi Brechlin, 2006. In: Brechlin & Melichar, 2006, Nachr. ent. Ver. Apollo (N.F.) 27(4): 209. Type locality: China, Guangxi, Dayao Shan, Jinxiu, 100km SE Liuzhou, 24°06'N 110°10'E, 1200m.
Immediately distinguishable from all other species of Dahira by the almost uniformly black upperside, only the forewing upperside with bluish-grey markings running in a diffuse curved subapical line from the costa to the end of M3. Forewing underside red-brown, basal area and marginal band dark brown. Hindwing underside red-brown, tornus and inner margin dark brown. Underside of thorax and abdomen red-brown, abdominal sternites with dark brown distal margins.
China: 15-30.iii (Dayao Shan).
Larval hostplants. Unknown.
China: Guangxi (Dayao Shan, Jinxiu (100km SE Liuzhou, 24°06'N 110°10'E), 1200m).
Endemic to China.
Holarctic; eastern Palaearctic region.