The perennial herbaceous vine, Pothos, is part of the Aroid family. The name "Epipremnum" translates as "on the trunks", which is related to how the plant actually exists. In nature, it can be found in tropical forests from India to Northern Australia. Today, most of the species are found in Southeast Asia. But these species are also found in nature today in places where they did not grow before, for example, in Hawaii.
The most popular among flower growers is golden Epipremnum, which is very often called "Scindapsus" by the people. But Scindapsus and Epipremnum are two different plants, although they belong to the same family. However, when grown at home, these plants require almost the same care and growth conditions.