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I'm glad I caught your post!
I have been so busy lately with other things that I don't have a chance to contribute as much as I'd like to (but I still have so many photos!)
I believe it is a type of pothos but I also have never seen one that doesn't have any variegation! There are a few adult pothos vines in town and this one had a lot less damage from this past winter than the other vines. It could be a few degrees hardier, or in a great spot.
The gardens near this building on UF's campus are filled with an incredible amount of tropicals. Pretty much any palm I've ever wanted to zone push in North Florida is growing there. They even have a Kerriodoxa elegans palm that survived the cold 9a winter we had last year!
See UPDATED pics of my tropical plants in on my Blog!
NOW: Gainesville, FL; zone 9a
WAS: New York City; zone 7b