I really can't tell the difference between these two. At first I thought that ɐ was something similar to ə, but I'm not sure. I'd appreciate any examples to distinguish these sounds
You can listen to expert IPA pronunciations of the difference here. "Examples" would come from a specific language. As you can see from the Wiki article on the vowel, it is widely transcribed as [ə], but maybe [a]. It does not apparently contrast with [ə] in one language, but may be found in certain dialects instead of [ə]. It may also be conflated with [ɜ]. It is most useful to compare the performance pronunciations of the above-linked experts, since IPA does not specify particular formant values or lexical items in specific languages as representing the value of a given symbol.
If you go to Forvo, you can get over a half million pronunciations of German words. There is a difference between er and e at the end of the word, where final er may be [ɐ]. I don't know of a way to efficiently assemble all of the relevant words, but this is a resource for potentially hearing examples (I'd generally suggest listening to anything with final r). It might be best to pick a single speaker and listen to their pronunciations. Sometimes speakers differ, and you can pick a speaker who has the pronunciation of interest like the first one, and see what similar words there are. Some words are attested with multiple recordings.