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Quite a few of our octo owners have kepts octopuses that laid eggs.
I had an O. bimaculoides that laid infertile eggs.
The wild caught octos sometimes are able to mate before they go into someone's tank. As for the tank-bred ones from Octopets, I don't think any were able to lay fertile eggs because they were shipped out quite young.