), a son of Irbus and brother of Alopecus, was a Laconian hero of the royal house of Agis.
He and his brother found the statue of Artemis Orthia in a bush, and became mad at the sight of it.
He is said to have been the father of Damaratus by the wife of Ariston.
He had a sanctuary at Sparta, and was worshipped there as a hero. (Hdt. 6.69
; Paus. 3.16.5