I recently ran across a poem which used to be attributed to Theocritus (Kiessling makes it number 30), but which Gow (O.C.T. editor of Bucolici Graeci) puts after Bion in the anonymous section.
It's a very curious thing, about the boar who castrated and killed Adonis getting interrogated by Adonis' girlfriend, Aphrodite. The boar claims he didn't want to kill the boy:
ou)k h)/qelon pata/cai: 27
a)ll' w(j a)/galm' e)sei=don,
kai\ mh\ fe/rwn to\ ...