An n-agonal bifrustum (or truncated bipyramid) is a polyhedron composed of three parallel planes of n-agons, with the middle plane largest and usually the top and bottom congruent.
It can be constructed as two congruent frusta combined across a plane of symmetry, and also as a bipyramid with the two polar vertices truncated.
They are duals to the family of elongated bipyramids.
Three bifrustums are duals to three Johnson solids, J14-16. In general, a n-agonal bifrustum has 2n trapezoids, 2 n-agons, and is dual to the elongated dipyramids.