Primatys, drawing on spring (Primavera) and Atys (a mythological figure linked to the flowering of violas), is a child inlaid with Water, with one leg replaced by a merman’s tail that ends in an alder leaf. His head is decorated with lilies of the valley and daffodils. An iris, a natural lily, grows out of his belly button, symbol of life that is born and transmitted. A tender green-coloured egg is visible in the background at the base, clearly referring to both Montovolo (literally, Egg Mountain) and life, while higher up, the sun and a clear moon rise. The Vergato banner is at the heart of the image. The background also has heraldic lilies (a flower symbolising purity, innocence, and hope) against the light blue field. On the left side, a branch connects a crocus to a lotus flower, nascent beauty to eternal love. The top section has a reinterpretation of the Bovio coat-of-arms, with a zodiacal bull above. On the right, another branch transforms from an acacia flower into primroses. Above this, the Armi coat-of-arms becomes the sign of Gemini, seen through the ethnic prism of black and white. The upper lunette, on the right, has the Renghiera coat-of-arms embellished with gentians. Opposing this, the Marsili coat-of-arms has had common violets added. In the centre, at the bottom, the Ranuzzi shield with stars, sun, and water, is held up by other twins, once again with an ethnic touch. At the top, a snake is eating its tail, creating a symbol of infinite continuity of life, and is supported by swallows, the stereotypically classic symbol of spring. At the back, a laurel branch alludes to triumph and glory.