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Modular quantum networks may involve the use of different types of qubits to create a large scale network. Heralded entanglement between qubits using photon interference is a powerful tool to create entanglement within heterogeneous quantum systems. We experimentally demonstrate the entanglement of non-identical qubits by interfering distinguishable photons emitted from distinguishable trapped ions without significant loss of remote entanglement rate or fidelity.