I think so too, the description of Bowtie Affair is for the pattern colors and skipped the base color of the segments. The green is not an applique, it is the throat color and pattern "bleeding" together. What makes appliques distinct is there is no bleeding of color. The edges of the applique are sharp. Catcher in the Eye is a good example...the sharp edge of the applique is enhanced by the dark outline.
I would agree with "eye" on Malachite Prism, although faint, the darker color is there on the sepals. George registered it as "green and lavender with purple eyezone above large green throat". "Eyezone" is not as distinct as saying "eye".
Another find when looking at the definition for "band" was Spacecoast Dream Catcher which appears to be a patterned band from the database images and ADS image but is registered as a "halo" , "pink with rose halo above green throat".
Halo: An area of color above the throat on petals and/or sepals which is faint or only lightly visible.
Back in 2012 I wrote an article for ATP/NGA on color in daylilies. While it's missing a few of the newer definition entries it may be of interest to the color discussion.
Larry, can I change your thread title to Discussion of Daylily Color: Terms & Definitions ? The terms, definitions, registration & database, all make great topics especially with winter closing in. Maybe we can have a different thread for other topics, each of the different Forms, parts of a Daylily, etc....