Lacerta the Lizard is another little charmer. Both the Dolphin and the Lizard are very pretty in binoculars, with many fainter stars forming beautiful star fields.
Pegasus is, of course, a creature from Greek mythology. Perhaps due to its nearness to Andromeda, Pegasus has been drawn into Andromeda's story. In the original Greek mythology, though, Pegasus was in a different story, and helped Bellerophon slay the Chimera, part goat, part lion and part dragon, that was destroying a kingdom. Bellerophon was sent to the kingdom by the king's son-in-law, with a secret letter asking that Bellerophon be killed. The son-in-law suspected his wife of being in love with Bellerophon. Neither the king nor the son-in-law could kill Bellerophon outright, as he was the son of the king of Corinth, so he was asked to rid the kingdom of the deadly Chimera. Bellerophon agreed, and began to learn all he could. One told him that his only hope was to find and tame Pegasus. The goddess Athena gave him a magic bridle, and a child showed him where and how to find the winged horse. Captured, Pegasus was tame and brave, and carried Bellerophon to win at battle with the Chimera. The king, not pleased that Bellerophon had survived, set him other tasks. Eventually, when he and Pegasus had succeeded at them all, the king relented and rewarded Bellerophon with his daughter and succession to his throne. The story ends with Bellerophon, forgetting that all he did was with the help of the gods, trying to fly to Mount Olympus. Zeus sent a fly to bite Pegasus, and Bellerophon was thrown off. The ancient Greeks sure liked a tragedy!