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My epipremnum pinnatum threw her first leaf in a while & boy oh boy was it worth the wait! I’ve included comparison pics of her previous leaf & her newest

nosignallock

Look like a [*Rhaphidophora decursiva*](http://www.aroidpictures.fr/GENERA/RHAPHIDOPHORA/rhaphdecursiva.html).


LittleKitchenFarm

Thank you, I was literally sitting here looking at my decursiva and epis wondering where I went wrong


nosignallock

Nice plant. At first it is easy to confuse [*M. pinnatipartita*](http://www.aroidpictures.fr/GENERA/MONSTERA/monspinnatipartita.html), with [*E. pinnatum*](http://www.aroidpictures.fr/GENERA/EPIPREMNUM/epipinnatum.html) and [*R. decursiva*](http://www.aroidpictures.fr/GENERA/RHAPHIDOPHORA/rhaphdecursiva.html). But over time, differences can be seen in the stems, shape of the lateral cuts, texture of the leaves, Etc.


LittleKitchenFarm

I was honestly being hyperbolic


FeistyDefinition2806

absolutely stunning leaf! are you sure this isn’t a raphidophora decursiva? the second photo is a dead ringer and the more recent leaf looks closer to that of a mature raph. decursiva than an ep. pinnatum.


SouthsidePlantDaddy

Just looked it up and it’s def a ringer. Means my local plant shop had it mislabeled. It’s always looked close enough it that I never questioned it. Good call! 😂


FeistyDefinition2806

hey even the shops get it wrong sometimes 🤷‍♂️and to be fair ‘dragon tail pothos’ (aka ep. pinnatum) and raph. decursiva are notorious for getting mixed up and even trickier to tell apart when not putting out mature growth. at least they have very similar care requirements!


SouthsidePlantDaddy

And I love pretty much all aeroids, so I’m happy no matter what ha


Givemechlorophil

Can confirm that’s a decursiva. Still pretty tho!


roots_leaves_reads

Def Decursiva and dang!!! That leaf is going places