Parapithecidae is an extinct family of primates which lived in the Eocene and Oligocene periods in Egypt. Eocene fossils from Burma are sometimes included in the family in addition. They showed certain similarities in dentition to Condylarthra, but had short faces and jaws shaped like those of tarsiers. They are part of the superfamily Parapithecoidea, equally related to Ceboidea and Cercopithecoidea plus Hominoidea.
- †Apidium Osborn, 1908
- †Arsinoea Simons, 1992
- †Biretia Bonis et al., 1988
- †Parapithecus Schlosser, 1910
- †Qatrania Simons & Kay, 1983