The graph plots are not visible. however we can say the following.
Impedance of the series alternating current circuit with an inductance, resistance, capacitances is given as follows:
I = V / Z Z = impedance
I , V are RMS values or peak values.
If L and C are same then ω₀ is same between two circuits. Which ever circuit has higher resistance, will have higher impedance for the same frequency ω.
At ω = ω₀, Z = R, and hence, look at this frequency where the current vs frequency graph reaches a peak. I_max = V / R as Z = R at this resonance frequency.
Hence, which ever circuit has higher peak current at resonance, has lower resistance in the circuit.