38 M 4, Purple Self, Dor Dip
Yet another really sunfast dark red-purple! Not as clear a color as MH0875B: the polite term is "smoky" and some people like that color. I think it comes from underlying yellow (and the throat shows a fair amount of yellow.) Here it is after an 90 degree day of blistering sun and breeze that burned, melted, faded and bleached many other dark-colored daylilies.
It seems that the most significant effect of all that sun was to remove the stamens. Secondarily, the bloom is slightly lighter colored.
Another feature of this plant is that the first scape is a perfect 4-branched scape; it has 2 long laterals and a terminal V. I'm making the obvious cross to MH0875B; other crosses will be onto the clearest-colored sunfast seedlings. Maybe a backcross onto Red Spire.