Greetings, all! Newbie here, amateur horticulturalist in the U.S. before relocating to Cambodia, and I'm new to the palm scene (the entire tropical plant scene, really). I have a nice apartment with a balcony that was populated by the apartment's previous inhabitant, and I thought I might avail myself of the collective knowledge of this group to get a species identification on the two palms that were present when I moved in. The first is feathery, clumps, with no central trunk. I've heard "butterfly palm," and I imagine it's a fairly common species as I've seen it absolutely everywhere around town (Phnom Penh, specifically). The next two are kept in larger (100 gallon) pots. They have feathery leaves, a smooth ringed trunk (woody at the bottom but progressively softer as you get up closer to the areas where leaves have recently been shed). No information on fruit or flowers, sorry. Also, apologies for the quality of the pictures - the balcony isn't really large enough to offer a good position from which to get full vantage of the plants. Anyone have any clue what these might be? Also, bonus, I'm pretty sure it's NOT a palm, but this thing was up there too. Thoughts? Thanks for your assistance - I'm sure these are super common and identifying these will be a walk in the park for you, so I appreciate the help!