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image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 25 March 2016
Translated from <www.gobernacionguayas.gov.ec>
"Green represents the exuberant vegetation of our environment. White represents purity, virtue and nobleness of the Naranjito wife. Orange represents the natural colour of the orange fruit after which the canton was named."
So it is green-white-orange....but how are those arranged?
The place was indeed rich in mountain orange trees and "achotillos" (the fruit of the Amazonian tree Caryocar amygdaliferum Mutis. rather than rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum L.), used for long as a source of oranges by the inhabitants.
Dov Gutterman, 13 June 2003 and Ivan Sache, 4 October 2008
I believe that it must be horizontal. When arrangement is not
explained, it is suposed to be in most comon form. But if we
don't have other sources, we can't be sure.
Jaume Ollé, 14 June 2003
Image of the flag at <www.guayas.gov.ec>.
Canton established 26 Febuary 1973.
Falko Schmidt and Jens Pattke, 8 September 2003 and 1 July 2007
I created a new image with orange which follows the given meaning: canting
flag and exactly three identical stripes.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 23 March 2016
image from <www.guayas.gov.ec>, located by Falko Schmidt, 8 September 2003