Emeroleter levis (Ivachnenko 1997) Middle Permian was a long-legged sister to Macroleter and Lanthanosuchus.
Relative to Macroleter, Emeroleter was more slender overal. The pectoral and pelvic girdles were smaller. The dorsal ribs were shorter. The vertebrae were smaller. Here the tail, although incomplete, appears to be short and gracile. The manual and pedal proportions were close to those found in Owenetta. The short terminal phalanges indicate a terrestrial, rather than an arboreal niche was selected, despite the extremely long limbs.