(Βοιός; Boiós). Mentioned by both Ath. 9,393e and Antoninus Liberalis as the author of an Ὀρνιθογονία (Ornithogonía), a didactic poem in at least two books from the 3rd cent. BC about men being transformed into birds. The work was used by Ovid and imitated, or translated into Latin, by his older contemporary, Aemilius Macer (two books).
A. S. Hollis (ed.), Ovid, Metamorphoses Book VIII, 1970, xvii, 33
G. Lafaye, Les Métamorphoses d'Ovide et leurs modèles Grecs, 1904, 51-53