Welcome! I'm Alex, and I'm in Colorado, but originally from Connecticut!
I've been raising mantises for a good 16 years now
you'll have to pardon my autistic bluntness, I don't mean anything wrong by it
that looks like a female Stagmomantis limbata judging by the shape of the wings and her size. It's the middle of November. Wild mantises in the US aren't going to be alive for much longer. The Stagmomantis aren't long-lived as adults anyways
at this stage, she won't be reviving. I'd just euthanize her in the freezer
I have Creobroter apicalis nymphs if you want to give those a try! I'd recommend not using mealworms as a prey item, or at least not as a regular food item, as the protein:fat ratio of the larval stage of a holometabolous insect isn't ideal for mantises, who prey mainly on adult flying insects or the nymphs of crawling prey. They'd never encounter tenebrionid larvae in the wild