Crepis incana is endemic to mountains of Peloponnisos, Sterea Ellas and Evvia, being replaced in Kriti by the similar C. sibthorpiana. It is one the two pink-flowered species of the genus (the other is the annual C. rubra). Both C. incana and C. sibthorpiana grow on rocky limestone outcrops at (1000–)1500–2400 m, flowering rather late (July to September).
–IoI –NPi –SPi Pe StE –EC –NC –NE –NAe WAe –Kik –KK –EAe
Greece (East Aegean islands ‒ absent; East Central Greece ‒ absent; Ionian Islands ‒ absent; Kiklades ‒ absent; Kriti and Karpathos ‒ absent; North Aegean islands ‒ absent; North Central Greece ‒ absent; North Pindos ‒ absent; North-East Greece ‒ absent; Peloponnisos ‒ present; South Pindos ‒ absent; Sterea Ellas ‒ present; West Aegean islands ‒ present)
Temperate and submediterranean Grasslands, High mountain vegetation