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Question 1: [13] The next record is from Lincoln Park, Chicago, beside ________ in 1901.
Northern MichiganLake HuronGreat LakesLake Michigan

Question 2: This species feeds on such items as ________, Cladophora spp.

Question 3: [13] Subsequently, it was found in Lake Erie and a tributary stream in 1911 and in 1948, and in ________ in 1930.
Lake SuperiorLake OntarioLake HuronGreat Lakes

Question 4: In the Mid-Atlantic Region it is found in the ________ in Massachusetts, Cayuga Lake and the Hudson River in New York State, in various ponds in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, and in Lake Champlain in Vermont.
Charles RiverBostonCambridge, MassachusettsNew England

Question 5: [19] It can tolerate polysaprobic waters, or areas of major pollution and anoxia with high concentrations of organic matter, sulfides and ________.
BacteriaGram-negative bacteriaGram-positive bacteriaCorynebacterium

Question 6: Various lymnaeid snails, including Radix auricularia, are vectors for a diverse range of parasites, particularly ________.
TrematodaFlatwormSchistosoma mansoniNematode

Question 7: It undergoes oogenesis in spring as the daylight hours increase, and ________ in late summer and early fall as the daylight hours decrease.
SpermatozoonSpermiogenesisSpermatogenesisReproductive system

Question 8: Like almost all pulmonate snails, it is a ________.
Sexual differentiationIntersexualitySpeciesHermaphrodite

Question 9: Radix auricularia, ________ the big-ear radix, is a species of medium-sized freshwater snail, an aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Lymnaeidae.
Biological classificationNomenclatureCommon nameGenus

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