these could refer to Apollodorus of Athens, Greek scholar, b. c. 180 B.C., or to Apollodorus of Alexandria, traditional author of the Bibliotheca, a study of Greek heroic mythology; the compilation in question was compiled several centuries after the life of both men.
Fishburn and Hughes: "An Athenian writer, author of a Chronicle of Greek history in iambic verse. Fragments survive of his study of Homer's Catalogue of ships and of texts on Greek grammar and etymology. He is also the supposed author of the Bibliotheca, a treatise on ancient mythology which may be an abridged version of his longer study On the Gods, now lost. The lines 'And the queen gave birth to a child who was called Asterion' comes from the Bibliotheca. A rough translation of the original Greek text would be: 'who gave birth to Asterion, called the Minotaur, who had a bull's head and a man's body.' " (13)