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A truly fruitful way to construct finite generalized quadrangles is through the detection of Kantor families in the general 5-dimensional Heisenberg group H 2 (q) over some finite field F q . All these examples are so-called "flock quadrangles". Payne (Geom. Dedic. 32:93-118, 1989) constructed from the Ganley flock quadrangles the new Roman quadrangles, which appeared not to arise from flocks, but still via a Kantor family construction (in some group G of the same order as H 2 (q)). Thedoi:10.1007/s10801-011-0326-0 fatcat:wvmusbupmza7xafqipcrz6zbue