The development aircraft for the eventual EMB110 Bandeirante has the same configuration, but still looks quite different thanks to the round cabin windows, and different cockpit windows and engine nacelles.
The Xingu is similar in appearance to especially the Beech F90 as it is about the same size, has a T-tail, low wing and two turboprops in the wing. However, cockpit and cabin windows are different and the main gears each have a single wheel compared with two on the Beech.
Of the many single turboprop military training aircraft the Embraer Tucano is best distinguished by the rearward retracting nose gear, placed close to the prop. Also the air intake is directly behind the prop.
The Super Tucano is the light attack version of the original Tucano. While the main lines of the Tucano have been preserved, the EMB314 is slightly enlarged, has a higher placed three piece canopy and a five bladed prop. Also storage points for weapons under the wings are standard.
A cropduster aircraft with non-braced wings with significant dihedral. The piston engine has horizontally opposed cylinders, meaning a flat nose. The vertical stabiliser is nearly rectangular. Like on other cropdusters the pilot sits high.
English Electric Canberra
Wide chord straight wings with engines in long nacelles in the wings are the main features to recognise the Canberra. Also has a low trapezoidal vertical stabiliser. First built for the Royal Air Force by English Electric it was also built as B-57 by Martin in the USA.
This kit-built aircraft could be confused with the Citation Mustang, but has a more pointed nose, only two cockpit windows, round cabin windows and slightly turned up wingtips.
The Epic LT is an advanced home-built aircraft with a turboprop engine in the nose. The resemblance with in particular the Kestrel JP10 is high. You can best look at the cockpit windows and the engine exhausts to keep them apart. The E1000 is the certified version of the Epic LT.
This is a engine bizjet with the air intake in front of the vertical stabiliser, with an S-shaped tunnel to lead the air to the engine in the rear fuselage. The cabin windows are round.
The Eurofighter EF2000 Typhoon is a twin engine fighter with delta wings and canards with anhedral below the canopy. Its main recognition point are the two rectangular air intakes underneath the fuselage, which are slightly tilted inward following the fuselage contour.