Anablepidae is a family of fishes which live in brackish and freshwater habitats from southern Mexico to southern South America. There are three genera with sixteen species: the four-eyed fishes (genus Anableps), the onesided livebearers (genus Jenynsia) and the white-eye, Oxyzygonectes dovii. Fish of this family eat mostly insects and other invertebrates.
The family is divided into two subfamilies and three genera
- Anableps Scopoli, 1777
- Jenynsia Günther, 1866
- Oxyzygonectes Fowler, 1916