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image by Jens Pattke, 8 September 2003
Translated from <www.gobernacionguayas.gov.ec>
"The flag has two equal fields, the upper golden yellow, symbolizing the richness of its production, and the lower emerald green, symbolizing the greenness of its fields. A white star in the middle represents the rural parish."
The canton is made of the single rural parish of Tarifa and 105 "recintos" (enclosures).
The provincial website gives something slightly different:
"The flag is made of two horizontal stripes, the first, pale yellow, symbolizing the fame of the canton and its celebrities, and the second, emerald green, representing the exuberant agriculture, all over the stripes, a star."
Dov Gutterman, 13 June 2003 and Ivan Sache, 4 October 2008
Translated from <www.turismoguayas.com>
(defunct): "The flag has two strips, green and yellow, with
6 stars in the middle. "
Jens Pattke and Antonio Martins, 14 and 17 August 2003
Image of the flag at <www.guayas.gov.ec>.
I have draw this flag and have taken the cloth to an uniform
ratio of 1:2. Canton established 31 October 1955.
Falko Schmidt and Jens Pattke, 8 September 2003
image from <www.guayas.gov.ec>, located by Falko Schmidt, 8 September 2003