The differences of secondary defects between B+ and Al+ implanted layers in high-energy implantation were investigated. At the same volume concentration of implanted ion, density of secondary defects in Al+ implanted layer is higher than that in B+ implanted layer. On the contrary, mean defect size in B+ implanted layer is larger than that in Al+ implanted layer. The structure of secondary defect is thought to be a dislocation loop formed by an extra Si-C layer or localized lattice strain correlated to agglomerated interstitials. The amount of interstitials used for secondary defect formation is estimated. It almost coincides the same amount of implanted ions, and this correlation doesn't depend on ion species. B+ and Al+ implanted layers have different activation energy for secondary defect formation. This result means that they have different agglomerating mechanism of interstitials, which cause the differences of defect size and density between them.