(Τηλεκλῆς; Tēleklês). Academian philosopher of the 3rd/ 2nd cent. BC from Phocaea, after Lacydes' resignation from leading the Academy ( Akadḗmeia ) he apparently held a prominent position alongside Evander  (cf. Diog. Laert. 4,60). T. had his own pupils and gave lectures, but we know nothing of any writings or specific doctrines, Apollodorus  (Chroniká 30 Dorandi) gives 167/6 BC as the year of his death; T. presumably died before Evander.
W. Görler, T. Euandros. Hegesinus, in: GGPh2, Bd. 4.2, 834-836.