The Ogoveidae are a family of harvestmen with three described species in one genus, Ogovea, which is found in tropical rain forests of equatorial West Africa.
Huitaca was originally included in this family, but morphological data analysis showed that Huitaca and Ogovea are not monophyletic. It is now included in Neogoveidae.
Ogoveidae are 3 to 5 mm long and eyeless. They are completely covered with different types of sensory hairs and sonsory structures. Both sexes feature a cuticular structure on the legs, coxae, and opisthosomal sternal region, called Hansen's organ. The pedipalps are extremely modified.