Found this young, rather understated Raphis in the 'Rainforest' part of the shopping complex. Planted amongst taller native trees, palms and other green leafy plants, this was almost overshadowed.
Luckily, it didn't escape my not too sharp, palm-roving eye... but as yet, found no common name for this "graceful"? slender lady palm.
A native of Southern China, this palm has long and thin, green petioles. What's really striking about it is that each leaf has only 3-4 finger-like leaflets ending with a jagged but straight tip. Unlike the R. excelsa, the ridged leaflets are slightly broader and have a softer feel though slightly droopy.
The rich green leaves with its simple leaf form makes it an elegant and attractive indoor specimen.