In this depiction we have an ecosystem ripe for a fire, with plenty of dry litter debris built up. Two Aristosuchus move through the scene, investigating the insect fauna. Bennettitales may well have had a host of parasitic insects that burrowed into the trunk and cones – a potential food source for small dinosaurs, perhaps?
Reference for the plants:
Watson, J & Alvin, K., 1996. An English Wealden floral list , with comments on possible environmental indicators. Cretaceous Research 17, 5-26.
Watson, J. & Lydon, S., 2004. The bennettitalean trunk genera Cycadeoidea and Monanthesia in the Purbeck, Wealden and Lower Greensand of southern England: a reassessment. Cretaceous Research 25, 1-26.