HP Envy printer 4500: don't know what mean icons for ink levels

When I want to check my ink level, what happens with two different icons for which, I suppose, is the ink cartridges. It has an oval icon below it, and the other which seems to be a symbol of infinity. I'm not sure what each represents. Once again I have to assume one is for black in color. I have searched online for an answer, but all the 'manual' says is to check level, which does not mean the icons. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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The oval symbol for the color cartridge, the symbol of the butterfly for the black cartridge as indicated in the third option of the document here.

Chart: Estimated ink levels

  1. Color ink level indicator

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