Dahira uljanae Brechlin & Melichar, 2006, Nachr. ent. Ver. Apollo (N.F.) 27(4): 209. Type locality: China, Shaanxi Prov., Qinling Shan, Taibai Shan, 20 Km N Jiaokou, 34°01'N 107°55'E, 1500m.
Strongly sexually dichromatic. The female similar to Dahira taiwana but forewing longer; forewing upperside with pale grey area between antemedian and postmedian bands; a pale grey wavy submarginal band running from apex to end of Cu1; ground colour of hindwing upperside central area yellowish-orange, brown marginal band broader. In the male all brown pigmentation is replaced by smokey-black, with the hindwing upperside yellowish-orange area replaced by canary yellow. The forewing discal spot is larger and paler.
China: 30.iv (Taibai Shan).
Larval hostplants. Unknown.
China: Shaanxi (Qinling Shan, Taibai Shan (20 Km N Jiaokou, 34°01'N 107°55'E), 1500m; 30km NE Wulong).
Endemic to central China.
Holarctic; eastern Palaearctic region.