Emblem of the Treecuu (A1-0)

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Emblem of the Treecuu
Adopted291 standard years ago
UseBoth as state seal and flag

The Emblem of the Treecuu functions both as a seal used by the government and state, as well as the flag of the nation. It features a traditional Limavu doorway (the hourglass shape) and a structure that supports traditional Teetac roofs (the arm shapes), both heavily stylised. It signifies unity and a common home for the Treecuu. The background colour is highly visible to both Treecuu species, which have a limited overlapping spectrum of visible light. The emblem was designed and adopted 291 standard years ago as the Treecuu Republic was founded. The emblem is also used by the Treecuu military.