Linda; yes Thank you, I am interested. I know of many beardless with this trait. Afterall Iris sanguinea wad named for it bloody red bracts. Many are fooled to thinking they have some other species when they have one of the many cultivars of sanguinea that does not exit the trait. But yes it is relayivelt rare in any bearded Iris and I would love to assemble a collection of these novelties.
Not exactly a TB. I searched for 'bracts' - this was the only hit.
(Lawrence Ransom, R. 2001) Sdlg. 91/254-1. AB (RB), 26" (66 cm), M
S. light yellow ochre, deeper toward edge, midrib veined and
flushed light mauve; style arms yellow ochre, mauve midrib, darker
crests; F. deeper yellow ochre to old gold edge, cream shoulders
speckled and veined sienna brown, large bright violet central flush;
beards tapered, pale blue, hairs tipped orange in throat; foliage
violet-based, bracts violet toward top. Vera X Faux Pas. Aril Society 2002.