**Corollary 11.2.2**: *If q = p ^{2} for some prime p, then any semi-field type flock of a non-empty cone is a star flock.*

*Pf*: For q = p^{2} for some prime p, the additive functions of GF(q) are all of the form f(t) = at^{p} + bt, for a,b in GF(q). Thus, by Theorem 11.2.1 , a semi-field type flock F would have coordinate functions F(at^{p} + bt, t, ct^{p} + dt). If a or c = 0 then by Theorem 8.1.1 F is a star flock. Assume then that neither is 0 and consider the linear combination (-c/a)(at^{p} + bt) + (cb/a - d) t + (ct^{p} + dt) = 0. Since not all of these coefficient are 0, the three coordinate functions are linearly dependent over GF(q), and by Theorem 7.1 F is a star flock.