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adimensional FDC means that you applied some sort of scaling to normalise discharge? Looking at your figures I guess that is what you did.
Regarding your question, I would say it is ok to choose the catchment scale results for your study (btw, the model name is EHYPE3.1 for catchment results). This because your catchments are comparatively small and the gridded results show an average over a larger area.