In Greek mythology, Bucolion (Βουκολίων) was a son of the Trojan king Laomedon and the nymph Calybe. His wife was the naiad Abarbarea, and they had at least two sons, Aesepus and Pedasus.

Iliad Book 6, 20

Euryalus killed Dresus, Opheltius,   
then charged after Aesepus and Pedasus,
whom the naiad nymph Abararea bore 
to noble Boucolion, son of high-born Laomedon, 
his eldest son. His mother bore Pedasus secretly.
Bucolion had had sex with the nymph
while tending to his flock.  She became pregnant,
then gave birth to twin sons.

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